This time last year I was working just as hard as I am now and trying to finish off my degree, but I wasn’t as stressed out as I am now. Its been a horrid week, where everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. The week has been rounded off nicely by the failure of the memory board on my main laptop for the third time in less than twelve months. Somehow I think a new laptop is on the cards, as soon as I can afford one. I’ve been trying to work just why I am so stressed, apart from the broken laptop of course, and although I am busy I think its down to dealing with lots of difficult and demanding people.

The main effect of all this stress is that I can’t read anything new as I’m just not taking it in. So the great Agatha Christie re-read continues – I’ve read 39 of her books in the last few months, all in publication order. The good newsw is that I’ve hit Christie’s golden period when she wrote classics such as Murder on the Orient Express, Death in the Clouds, ABC Murders, Dumb Witness, Death on the Nile and my personal favourites Appointment With Death, Sad Cypress and Evil Under the Sun.

I’m reading Miss Marple, The Body in the Library, at the moment to be followed by probably my favourite and, to my mind, most perfect Poirot story, Five Little Pigs. I can hardly wait.

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2 Responses to Stress

  1. belle says:

    Nothing wrong with a bit of comfort reading, my little chickadee.Sorry to hear you’re so stressed. Hope it eases soon.

  2. BarbaraS says:

    Sorry to hear about your laptop troubles, River. And all the stress – ugh! You keep your chin up, and enjoy Hercule, I remember reading that one. As for The Body in the Library – that is the first AC mystery I ever read!

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