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I've been v v tired this week. Normally when I'm tired my eyelid gets a gentle twitch, this week my eyebrow's gone into a full-on spasm*, and its my louche-raisable eyebrow to boot, luckily my fringe is now so long that if I apply mascara I get a lot of my hair involved, so while I resemble cousin-it noone can see the spasming eyebrow of knackereditude.

Monday was meh, Tuesday was ah crap not enough time to get things done because everything I needed to get organised for my event didn't come through until that afternoon so I was here til 7.30 or so. Wednesday was a really good event run by [livejournal.com profile] ultraruby's organisation, I need to go through my pack and do some reading and make some plans, but it was a good day, and the food was excellent. Yesterday was panicking and getting up early and still running out of time to get everything sorted for my event, but I think it went well.

Now...now I am failing to get ready for my objective setting session!

So, anyone for anon-comments?




*Its like the woah full-body toe curling orgasm of tired twitches, rather than the oh, that was nice, right lets get up and get on with stuff version.

Date: 2010-01-15 01:54 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
My eyes twitch when I am tired. Usually my lower lids.

Um. I'm totally screwed. Not in a 'something bad has happened way', more in a 'I appear to be in a bit of a pickle' sort of way.

Date: 2010-01-15 03:27 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] whatsagirlgotta.livejournal.com
I usually get a twitch in the left corner of my left upper eye-lid which makes me feel like I'm doing an Anne Robinson wink...Sexay.

I am intigued oh vague one.

Date: 2010-01-15 09:05 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
My eyelid twitches too, when I'm tired or stressed. Sometimes it goes away quickly, other times it carries on for days.

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