Owen (kaffeequatsch) wrote,


I've had a few.

But is it really worse to regret things that you haven't done - especially when you know very well that they couldn't work out in a good way? Basically, what I'm saying is that if the likelihood of a bad outcome is likely, it's better to cut your losses beforehand. A few regrets are probably better than the alternative. Anyway, the best solution is keep yourself occupied, and then you don't have time to regret things. Which is what I'm going to try to do as soon as possible.

Apart from too much time on the hands, there is not much going on, except from the normal mundane stuff that we do every day. I'm quite enjoying work but that's more to do with the people than what I'm doing. Playing a bit of squash but losing more than I'm winning at the moment; the old backhand drive needs a bit of working on, as does the drop shot. Still, it's keeps the joints from seizing up.

Beers tomorrow. Yay!
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