I know places I can go away.
Aw Steve Jobs quit his job (well. yeah, sorry for that) I don't really care as to what happens with Apple for I'm not that of a fanboy, but it set me thinking about how this might feel for Stevie. I mean, he founded (co-founded, whatever) a company.. made it HUGE and now he has to quit (because of his health). While it's kind of his baby. I don't know if men think of things like it's their baby? I guess not. But well, you get what I'm trying to say.
I feel grosss, and I can't take a normal shower, because of the super massive black hole where the spot of bother once used to be.
"Yeah okay, and just don't take a shower for the next 3 days."
"O. ....... mmkey."
First world problems. I like pretending to be a total wuss. Of course I am somewhat of a wuss, or at least I always make myself believe it is so.
I finished Cat's Eye. I really loved it. It made me think about lots of things, made me a bit melancholy. I realized my thinking changes a little with every book I read, especially on the moment when I am reading a book; I start thinking, writing, seeing things the way the writer or the main character does. In this occasion that was really a nice experience, but I remember when I read I Never Promised You A Rose Garden my brain was happy when I finished it because since it's about a schizophrenic girl.. well.. you get it.
Anybody with me on this? Or does this mean I am finally ready for the looney bin?
I think deep down craziness if one of my biggest fears. Not being sane. Doubting if I might be really crazy though not really realizing it yet. Even though I have absolutely no reason to think this. Maybe that's it: We suffer the most from the suffering that we fear, to quote my grandfather once again.
Off to the half half shower. Work. And then to Enschede to look at another room! I hooooooope this will be nice, exciting!
ps. oh, the news just said Jobs now has another job. A slightly less .. important one or something I guess.