Posts Tagged ‘global warming’

Moody in a manic city

September 22, 2008

I don’t know if it is the heat, nasi goreng, a constant yearning for the footpath or pollution messing with my serotonin, but I haven’t been able to hold a steady mood since I first arrived in this city. Tuesday, I was blue. Thursday, I was tickled pink. This weekend: a hyper-colour blur.

Dolly stressed out!

Today, I am stressed and I am crazy. When I have a lot of work on, I lug more onto the pile. Swallowed by stress and restricted by own perfectionism, I create deadlines where they needn’t exist just for the masochistic fun of it.

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My shoe size

September 15, 2008
Lachlan Hardy

Photo: Lachlan Hardy

Getting my feet fitted for school shoes when I was a kid was a day-long ordeal. The Clarks lady would measure my feet. Sigh. Contort her face, flummoxed. And then measure them again. Yes, I would reply, I have one foot a whole size bigger than the other.

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