I'm in an uncharacteristically good mood.
June 02, 2010

I wouldn't describe myself as a grumpy person or anything, but today I definitely feel that I'm in a better mood than usual and I can't really explain it. I didn't get as much sleep as usual (my wife woke me up early this morning for reasons unknown), but that doesn't seem to have caused the issues that it normally would. The skies outside are overcast and walking outside means walking into a miserable wall of wind-driven moisture, but that hasn't bothered me, either.

Today's routine was nothing especially out of the ordinary. I did a little bit of coding that I think will please a select few members on the site and make for a stronger reviewing environment--important, since as I've noted before my goal in 2010 is to step up the reviewing side of things on the site--and I posted a typical number of press releases and some screenshots. I've hooked some freelancers up with games that they'll be able to review in the coming weeks and soon I'll be playing more Picross 3D, which I have been really enjoying these past few weeks. I ate at Taco Bell and got their $2 meal special with a chicken burrito, some Doritos and a medium Pepsi that for once tasted like a real Pepsi. It's a good day but there hasn't been anything particularly special about it... so why am I in a good mood?

Could be that today is my Friday, I suppose, but even that normally doesn't make me so cheerful. I guess there's no point in asking myself why I feel so delighted with life today. I guess I'll just enjoy it and hope it lasts.

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zippdementia zippdementia - June 02, 2010 (09:15 PM)
I think it has something to do with you getting Prince of Persia.
Genj Genj - June 02, 2010 (10:53 PM)
Neurotransmitters are the cause.

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