Day Two.

3 Dec

‘Today, gaze at everyone wondering whether they might be the love of your life, the one destined for you and you alone, and whether you might be passing them by forever…’

I have to be honest, the full extent of my efforts for day number two reached about 9am when I had ended my early morning ritual of waiting for a bus that may or may not turn up, getting on and scrambling for my very own seat, and then getting off the bus to go to work. I decided to stare longingly at a number of business types who had taken up residence on the large heap of metal that I was sat in and I did wonder for a brief moment whether I had possibly spotted a gorgeous young man a few rows in front of me. Turns out I hadn’t.

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It’s strange. Being given the task to purposely look at people in a romantic or lustful way really takes the danger and intrigue out of the proceedings. Usually I am quite appreciative of the male or female form in all its glory and as the cogs in my mind begin to turn I pass judgements and/or imagine what my future might be like with them. This morning however I found it much more difficult, possibly thinking about it too much knowing I would be writing about the task later on. The psycological effects of self-induced pressure I suppose.

(Also I have already found my one true love).

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