I am not in the countryside.
I am, in fact, just returned from a crazy and nonsensical day at the office.
I’ll explain more about it later; lets just say for now there was a quarantine issue… I’d also like to state that I work in the only office where computer virus precautions can involve quarantining actual human beings.
Work was chaotic today and am not talking about run of the mill “Four hours to save the world” chaotic.
Still it took my mind off the events of last week. I’ve been going over them in my head again and again and it’s making me a little crazy. (Okay a little more crazy) I even talked about it with my neighbour, to find out what she thought, although without the important (also top-secret) details it was hard to convey my dilemmas full wrongness to her. (Is wrongness a word?)
The problem is, when people hear the word “evil” in this context they usually think, he’s unfaithful, or he cheated me out of a promotion, their minds don’t generally go to mass murder and espionage. So their advice can be a bit… unhelpful…
..and I can’t even call my mum for advice. (I do that more than a grown woman should) cause even with the mass murder and espionage she’d still just ask “Does that pay well?” and then explain that being picky is for girls who aren’t “getting closer to thirty every day” (a phrase she’s be using since I turned 21)
It’s fine though. I know what I have to do.
When the taxi comes to take me to the train station at far too early o’clock, I’ll just hide under my covers and never ever come out again. (Good plan)
Any better ideas?
Didn’t think so.