Becka (miss_rynn) wrote,

Birthdate meme thingie... oddly appropriate...

Your Birthdate: June 2

Your birth on the 2nd day of the month adds a degree of emotion, sensitivity, and intuition to your life.

The 2 is a very social number allowing you to make friends easily and quickly.

Yet you are apt to have a rather nervous air in the company of a large group.

You have a warmhearted nature and emotional understanding that constantly seeks affection.

You are more prone than most to become depressed and moody, as emotions can turn inward and cause anxiety and mental turmoil.

It can be hard for you to bounce back to reality when depression sets in.

Oven dramas! When we first moved in to the new place, I was miffed to find that the oven door didn't close properly. Oh well, I thought, if I have any desperate need to bake, I'll prop the door closed. Last night I examined the oven closer...

Disaster! The oven appears to not have any gas running! Grill is okay, stove top is okay... but no oven! I need to bake. I am a baking kind of a person. It's a stress relief thing; when I am really down or paniced, I bake to feel better. Doinf things with my hands, you know? Baking to me is like the secret cigarette the ex-smoker neaks just before an exam to calm their nerves. I need baking.

However, the new real estate agents seem super nice, and when I called them up today to put the oven-gas issue on the already submitted non-urgent maintenance form, they were competent, speedy, and assured me that they would get someone on is asap.

North Melbourne Nostalgia. One of the nice things about moving to the new place was that it was right near the house I spent a great deal of my hedonistic youth in. The area, quiet with only an edge of skankiness, has a lot of memories attatched to it. I especially like how I now walk to and from work past (at least part of) Royal Park.

Royal Park and I have a history, you see. We have tested eachother. It is a very significant place for me, as it is the site of some of my most frightening, enlightening, awe-inspiring, heart-aching and joyous spiritual experiences. The sky always seems bigger around Royal Park, yet nearer. Like all you would need to do is jump a little, and you would be sucked up into the clouds.

It is a piece of parkland that makes me smile on a regular basis.
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