Friday, March 10, 2006

Thought for the day

Thought for the day:

Unfortunately I dont have a thought every day on account of my degree, but when I do, I will be sure to tell you. For example, I had the following thoughts...

  • 9th November 2005 - Coats with fur linings should have wider sleves (you know it's true. Stupid coats. And stupid oversized arms... But at least Im not cold any more! Woohoo!)
  • 10th November - All library staff should be a little bit ignorant, and not fine me when I hand in my books late.
  • 11th November - I'm less hungry than I was, which is good. But o2 sucks, which is bad. But I'm going shopping tomorrow, which is good! So overall life if good, which is good.
  • 14th November - Oh my goodness I'm cold. Brain frozen. No space for other thoughts...
  • 15th November - I seem to be angry today. Maybe it's because I haven't been shopping since saturday. But I suspect it could be something else altogether...
  • 23rd November - Christmas is a work of evil and should be banned. Although I wouldn't want to be confused with a puritan, so someone else should ban it for me.
  • 25th November - This time next month it'll be Christmas! That means I'll already be full of food, and hopefully alcohol. Hurray! And don't forget the real meaning of Christmas - making yourself feel ill.
  • 7th December - Maybe eating custard from the carton randomly during the morning wasn't the greatest idea in the history of ideas (and custard), but it was fun. Like a koala.
  • 8th December - I'm actually sitting here without any thoughts in my head. Actually. This hardly ever happens. Hmmm. Well, I guess thats that, then...
  • 9th December - Volunteering to do a presentation when you have a 5000 word assessed essay due in that you haven't started is not wise, especially when the article its supposed to be based on isn't online or in the library.
  • 12 December - Im fluctuating between being very scared and very excited about this week. Wish me luck with the essay that's due in on wednesday, and which I haven't started...
  • 16th December - I seriously don't know how I'm going to get all these books home. Maybe I'll take a photo later to prove how many I have.
  • 18th December - It's nice to be home as it's very tranquil in comparison to uni. I just hope I don't get bored...
  • 20th December - Dorset sucks. Why are all my friends squares?
  • 23rd December - Life's too short to get angry with people. Besides, it's nearly Christmas! Maybe I'll go get some mince pies. And an early morning sherry.
  • 24th January 2006! - Oh, I've been so bad at this blog thing... but I've been super busy! And I take back every bad thing I've said. I'm amazingly happy! Please exploit my good mood!
  • 31st January - I discovered yesterday that I can either be happy or peaceful (physically, not spiritually), but not both at the same time. I think I'd rather be happy than peaceful though, so that's ok. But my thought for today was I am SOOOOO looking forward to the end of my degree! Word's simply cannot express how much I'm looking forward to the end of this ordeal. But anyway, off to work again...
  • 10th February - Just a quick one because I'm so busy, but my thought for today is HOW EXCITING??! because next week is going to be excellently amazing! I'm going valentines ahopping this afternoon, and I can barely contain myself! Ooh, being in love's the best!
  • 17th February - That was one awesome nearly a week. Valentines day, Camden, History Society dinner... Thank you Dave!
  • 10th March - Ooh, it's been 3 weeks since I last left a message! maybe that's why I had so much to put in my last post? Todays thoughts are: 'Chocolate', 'squibble' and 'sleepy.' Enjoy!


Blogger David Hulbert said...

Why do they need wider sleeves? You don't have big arms.

Alsoly, I'd reccomend taking your email address off your blogger profile, otherwise you'll probably get lots of spam.

12:23 pm  
Blogger Hannah said...

I may not have big arms, but the sleeves are ridiculously small. You can have a look next week. And thanks for all your handy advice!

10:17 am  
Blogger David Hulbert said...

rude hannah! are you ignoring me?

10:31 am  
Blogger Hannah said...

Of course. I always ignore you, especially now.

4:51 pm  
Blogger David Hulbert said...


11:47 am  
Blogger Hannah said...

Yes, but only when celebrated in december. That christmas fete in Poole park over the summer was just wrong...

1:14 pm  
Anonymous Fern said...

Yay for christmas and being able to post in Hannah's blog!
No thoughts for today? That may be akin to the state of Nirvana, or pure unitory consciousness. Congrats Han, you're enlightened!

8:33 pm  
Blogger Hannah said...

Ooh! Fern! Fantastic! Oneday I'll make it to your live journal place and sign up for a fake account there too. An I agree, nirvana good

1:15 pm  
Blogger David Hulbert said...

A fake account? What do you mean by that? You can post anonymously on LJ and sign your name at the end.

At a guess I'd say that Han isn't Buddhist or Hindu and isn't trying to achieve Nirvana.

Nirvana comes from a word which means "extinction". In Buddhism it's "extinction of desire" amongst other things. In Hinduism it's partly the "extinction of all attachment" - that doens't sound very nice to me.

These religions are all about the self. That seems a little silly to me.

The Rev. Rick Warren said:
"You are not an accident. Your parents may not have planned you, but God did. He wanted you alive and created you for a purpose. Focusing on yourself will never reveal your real purpose. You were made by God and for God, and until you understand that, life will never make sense. Only in God do we discover our origin, our identity, our meaning, our purpose, our significance and our destiny."

11:41 am  
Blogger Hannah said...

Stop pretending you're me! Im capable of answering for myself, thank you [sarcastic thank you]. Grrr.

3:12 pm  
Blogger David Hulbert said...

Sorry. I looked up stuff coz I wanted to know about it and got carried away. I'll leave being you to you in the future.

BTW, what's the GRRRR for on today's (14th Dec) thought?

3:48 pm  
Anonymous Robyn said...


Just to prove you have more than two friends, I thought I'd post a comment. I completely and wholeheartedly agree with your Grrrrrrrr.

Hope you have a better day today.

9:09 am  
Blogger Hannah said...

Oooh, thank you Bob! Merry Christmas!

3:34 pm  
Blogger Hannah said...

And Dave, if you can't be bothered to work it out for yourself (i.e. read my post) I don't think I'll bother to reply to you in the future...

3:36 pm  
Anonymous Fern said...

The reason having a fake lj-account is good is that some of my posts can only be read by certain people, and to be one of those certain people you need an lj account!

2:17 pm  

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