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Using One's Suffering For Good.

I think the cat is more attached to me than I realised.

She spent the last few days being exceptionally clingy. I attributed it to the colder weather but I'm not entirely sure. Sometimes she's not choosing warmest options, she's choosing splodgiest options.

I can't seem to sit down without getting attention so I'm feeling a bit guilty because I'm not in the mood for 24/7 cat nursing.

Today I am once again in a big of an emotional fug and am trying to channel the energy from my angst and distress into getting paperwork done.

Prior experience suggests it won't make me feel better now, because the paperwork has nothing to do with this particular type of unhappiness, but it will save me from having a paperwork based crisis as well, which would otherwise occur next week or the week after.

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dragonsally
Aug. 10th, 2012 08:39 am (UTC)
Clingy animals can be a tad exasperating after a while.

Good on you for getting the paperwork done. Its always the last thing I feel like when I'm in a bad head-shit place.
splodgenoodles
Aug. 10th, 2012 10:23 am (UTC)
Quite stressful when one needs to get things done. At some point (hahahahaha) I hope to have my study organised so that I can go in there and shut the door.

Yes. I need alone time from my cat.

And I am happy to report that I've actually done quite a bit and am now going to kick back for the evening.
maju01
Aug. 10th, 2012 11:30 am (UTC)
Maybe we should organise a temporary cat-swap - ours is the most standoffish cat I've ever seen.
pondhopper
Aug. 10th, 2012 12:28 pm (UTC)
My Tito is always clingy. I try to remember he was abandoned as a puppy but I still get exasperated with him. Poor boy. They just won't let you get anything done!
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