Argh! It's too nice to be inside working! Look at the bright blue sky! Look at the lush green trees!
Outside, it's 80 degrees and sunny and people are laughing! Inside, it's a ho-hum 72 degrees, the long fluorescent lightbulbs are slowly eating away at my corneas, and I'm not positive, but I think I hear someone typing with nothing but the tears falling from their face.
There are seven stages relating to that feeling you get when you're working inside and it's a beautiful summer day outside.
Stage 1 - Anger
Why do I have to be at stupid work doing my stupid job?! It's so beautiful outside! I hate this!
Stage 2 - Jealousy
Those people outside think they're so great! With their wind-swept hair and their beautifully tanned hides and Crest Whitestrip smiles! I hate them! I hate the world!
Stage 3 - Sadness
Everything is terrible within these walls. And outside, everything is sunny and warm and laughing and smiling.
Stage 4 - Desperation
I don't hate you, world! It's just that I'm stuck inside, but I want to be a part of you! I can almost taste the sun beams!
Stage 5 - Acceptance
It's no use. I'll never get out of here. Might as well get used to this feeling. This sad, hopeless, indoor-cat-yearning-to-be-an-outdoor-cat feeling.
Stage 6 - Sweet Release
But alas, ye of little faith, the workday is done! Hurry, there's not much daylight left! Do everything! DO EVERYTHING!
Stage 7 - Happy Hour
Ahhhh, so beautiful outside.
Huge thanks to editor Alyssa Spatola for taking photos and helping me realize my full photogenic potential!
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