An elegant sufficiency

Monday, March 13, 2006

Feeling cheesed off

There are times when, in spite of putting in a huge effort to pull something off, people refuse to be drawn in and resist every step of the way. You would think I'd know to give up then, to call it a day and quit whilst I was behind? Oh no...that would be far too obvious a path to take.

Instead, I carry on regardless, convinced that sooner or later they will see the light and be just the tiniest bit enthusiastic in return for all the efforts put into it.

You knew, didn't you, that they wouldn't. But did you ever imagine that they'd write and complain that it hadn't turned out quite as they'd thought and no, they wouldn't be continuing to see it through, thank you.

2 Comments:

  • nope you just can't win with some people can you Gill. Still don't let it dampen your spirits - they'll just have to climb out of their narrow minded shells without your help. Their loss. x

    By Blogger Helen Suzanne, at 3:24 am  

  • some people live to complain. now they have easier ways to contact to complain! let it roll off your back. Elsewhere, there are people going on about the great time they had in the workshop, to everyone who will stay still enough to listen!

    By Blogger nadine, at 1:47 pm  

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