You know 'spoon theory', right?
What's the 'spoon theory' analogy for that feeling when you've got ALL THE SPOONS!!!
I mean it's like you're standing under your own personal 'spoon fountain' and they're just cascading everywhere - it's great, but there's an underlying sadness because you know you can't use them all and you can't store the ones you can't use for a 'low spoons day'...
I've been running around today like a Duracell Bunny that's been wired into the mains...
I wish it was like this every day, mind you I'm kind of exhausting for everyone around me!
I would use that energy to extend your physical fitness ie try to improve a Personal best. Maybe get into the special Olympics ?
Well, I outran all my buddies at 'track night' tonight, including guys that usually outpace me... AND was still raring to go for more at the end of the session.
If I still have excess tomorrow I'll use them at work to deal with all the Breaks-it madness swirling around!
* Wishing I could buy some spoons off you *
Such a shame it doesn’t work like that...
How are you feeling today? Has it lasted?
Sadly, no. I was fully 'spooned up' this morning but the level of background noise in the office, combined with the demands of meetings, conference calls etc. has left me drained by mid-afternoon...
I'm going to start another thread which takes someone's suggestion about 'knife theory' and expands on it
Aw, that sucks. Sorry to hear it, I know how that goes.
Haha, I felt I had 'ALL THE SPOONS' a couple of years ago. I ended up signing myself up to lots of commitments and ended up with no spoons a few weeks down the line! I've only just managed to get rid of the biggest commitment I signed up for (my Masters).
It'd be great if we could just keep all the spoons :) For now, enjoy the burst of energy!