Monday blues on a Sunday night

Grrrrr. The weekend is about to end. I don’t want the week to start. All I want to do is hit the pause button.

The past few weeks have been really hectic and hectic doesn’t suit me.

I love being busy. I love the feeling that I’m actually doing something with my life. I love learning and experiencing new things.

But I need some me time! I need some time to maybe watch a movie. Read a book in one sitting. Just lie on my bed listening to music. Arrange my bookshelf. WRITE!

But no. That doesn’t seem to be happening. I have German  class five days a week. The other two days I end up meeting friends which is a good thing because I happen to have really amazing friends (don’t we all? ).

But now, I’m unable to hear the thoughts in my head.

Not even train time is sufficient. Let me explain train time. It’s the time I spend travelling, around 2 hours per day. And these two hours are sacred to me. I don’t talk to anyone, I don’t interact. I just listen to some music and let my thoughts wander.

That’s what I do normally. Normal is no longer normal. So I end up sleeping. You can’t blame me either. I have to get up at 5 am and a morning person, I am not.

Well, not every day. But thrice a week is frequent enough.

And tomorrow is one of those days. 5am days.

I hate them with a passion I have never experienced before.

And it’s not like I’m functional either. I’m a zombie in need of caffeine at 5 am.

But hey, that’s life, right?

I just wish I could sleep though.

Anyway, here’s to a great week ahead!


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