Unraveling

Some days you simply need a cooler head to look at a situation and tell you to calm the hell down. My brain is a jumble, and right now it feels like a tangled mess that I can’t unravel.

I’m extremely distracted and am having a difficult time concentrating on anything longer than a few minutes. It’s as if the world is racing around me at light speed, and I’m slogging through molasses.

There is a resolution to this, but it won’t come until next week. Just enough time to either develop an ulcer or realize I’m being ridiculous. I’m hoping for the ridiculous, because I am this ][ close to a total meltdown.

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Worry is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained.

~ Arthur Somers Roche

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I believe all good fiction includes an element of truth, and all good photography includes an element of fantasy. In this journal I hope to give voice to the stories swirling around in my head, and to capture the images I see through my camera’s lens.

9 thoughts on “Unraveling

  1. I am so glad to hear I’m not the only one who freaks out and probably worries over some things more than they have to. I’ve just been through such a situation Tara…..but it worked out fine. I’m sure I’ll have something else to worry about. I hope you feel better about things VERY soon sweetie. Oh the things we put ourselves through….STRESS! ~Joy

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  2. The thing is a few of the things I freaked out about definitely happened…sooo…
    Though I do give myself the “what is the worst that can happen” speech…& usually the worst does not occur.

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  3. And here I thought I was the only one worrying myself to death……glad to know I’m not alone. Hope your resolution is the one you want!

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  4. Worry is such an insidious thing. Sometimes, I know I’m worried, but have no clue what I’m worried about. It helps me if I decide what I will do if the worst happens. Sometimes the solution is fairy simple, and once I have it, I can relax.

    Sending big hugs your way. I hope you are able to set aside your worry. Freaking out is never good, and besides, it can be fattening.

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  5. Hugs. To whatever it is troubling you. It’s only human nature to be troubled, no? I could insert a million troubles I’m having myself but know that you aren’t alone. I hope both you and I are just plain ridiculous. Much love, Tara.

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