sobota, 23 lipca 2011

Zmiana planów

Wczoraj miałam pracowity dzień. Rano aktywowałam kartę Collection Club z Top Secret. Mogę już korzystać z ich specjalnych promocji i rabatów oraz będę o nich wcześniej powiadamiana. Po uporaniu się z tym, pojechaliśmy na zakupy. Docelowo wybraliśmy Piaseczno, jednak zrobiliśmy je gdzie indziej. Piaseczno odwiedzimy dzisiaj ;>.
Złapałam  chwilowego doła, jednak mi przeszło. Czasami zastanawiam się nad tym co robię i jaki to ma sens. Czekają przede mną nowe wyzwania, których muszę się podjąć. Wiem, że dam sobie radę, ale gdy wpadam w beznadziejny nastój, irytują mnie niektóre sprawy. No cóż, koniec użalania się nad sobą ;D.
Buziaki ;***

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