Curmudgeon. Why do I have to be difficult? I’m supposed to write things I like. I don’t like curmudgeons and I don’t want to be one, but sometimes Christmas makes me into one. Actually, I seem to be somewhat attracted to curmudgeonly men. I married one, after all. LOL!
Cantankerous: No, I don’t love being cantankerous, but I don’t seem to be able to help myself!
Christmas. I don’t like Christmas either. That’s because I’m a curmudgeon. Maybe I will like it on the actual day. Or when it’s over.
Cake. I like cake, but I can’t eat it. Most cake has milk in it. I’m allergic to milk.
Coffee. I LOVE coffee. But I can’t drink it. I’m allergic to coffee.
Chocolate. I LOVE chocolate. But I can’t eat it. I’m allergic to chocolate.
Candy. I LOVE candy. But I can’t eat it. I’m allergic to candy. Maybe not being able to eat many of the things I love contributes to my curmudgeonliness.
Caring. I love caring for people and being cared for by them.
Coping: I love being able to cope. Wish I could.
Careless. I hate being careless. I want to be careful.
Creativity: I LOVE being creative, doing creative work like poetry, writing, art and photography.
Concrastination. I love the IDEA of it, but with ADHD, it’s very difficult. Concrastination is NOT procrastinating, which is what I am doing right now, procrastinating getting down to work. In order to concrastinate, I need to commit to doing my work, NOW. “Crastinus” means tomorrow. (So what’s today? We need a word that is protoday—protodation? Prohodie? Prohodiation? (Hodie being today in Latin.) AK, here I go again!
But I’d rather be for today than against tomorrow!
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