Wednesday, 4 June 2008

More troubles?

I was about to say finally I have sorted my laptop out, but then I noticed the bottom desktop toolbar is frozen, hm... Perhaps the free antivirus wasn't so good after all, but I guess it's better than having one that keeps popping up to remind me that the antivirus I'm using is blacklisted.

Today I'm fed up, (that's even my facebook status at the moment). Can't take it anymore, the two agreements I have been working on since Monday are just not being completed. Once again I've lost my legal mojo! What to do? Luckily, I am still waiting for some information before the agreements can be signed so that's my excuse for now.

I also don't have a car today, because I felt the brakes sounded a bit tired so I decided to leave it at home to be fixed instead of risking breaking down or crashing into someone else along the way. Got a lift to work with my mother, still don't know how I'll get back to the better part of Greater Accra ;) this evening.

To continue my whining I can add that I'm sooo hungry, really should have made sure I had breakfast this morning, but didn't and now I have to wait for Virgo to finish his many meetings before he takes me to lunch. Today seems to be busier than most days, or as we say here, today he's hot paa!

So for now, as I'm going cross-eyed from staring at agreements for too long, my stomach is screaming for food, I feel the beginnings of a hunger induced headache and the only thing keeping me happy are my beautifully frenchmanicured nails that I had done yesterday at Exquisite Nails (Oxford St, Osu), I can firmly inform you that


posekyere said...

Hi Maya!
I have to admit I am addicted to your blog.I really think that your postings are a window into your personality. As a result, I guess am getting to know you on a photonic realm.
You really have a lovely nature. Keep it up and keep blogging for us the invisible observers.

Maya said...

Hi Posekyere!

Thank you so much for the compliments, it's so nice to receive comments. Blogging really expands our view of socialising and communicating. It's amazing how close you can get without ever meeting the other person. There's something fascinating, but sometimes scary about that too!

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

I am just wondering that if your troubles were doubling by the hour, how do you come to write about them with such fine flow ;D

Maya said...

Thanks Nana Yaw,
I guess I fare well under pressure, no matter how much I dislike it.


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