The anxious part of me in overdrive, turning thoughts over and over:
I don’t know what to do. I am overwhelmed and exhausted. How I am going to fix all this? I don’t know what to do. It is all too much. How? When?
The logical part of me with a slightly concerned undertone:
Look, it’s a new day and the sun is shining. You should move, go for a walk at the riverside and breath some fresh air. Get out there!
The unreasonable part of me deciding what I actually end up doing:
I am gonna make a cup up tea, eat peanuts covered in chocolate, lay down and watch the new horror movie that I got a few days ago.
By the way, I watched Midsommar by Ari Aster. The intro is great with amazing camera shots, plus the idea of letting neat bright images collide with brutality is an interesting twist, but the story gets more and more predictable and therefore boring.
Midsommar | Ari Aster | 2019 |
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