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Monday, 6 December 2010

Psychotherapy Today...

I'm also over HERE today, mes bloggy chums! If you're interested in my Grizz-y adventures, that is.

I was really only kidding the other day, when I wondered if I'd offended our American correspondents. I know I more than likely haven't but it made for an interesting post. Hope you don't mind...

Today I am soooooooooooo not here.

I am cramming for the first of my Psychotherapy assignments. Yes, cramming.

Work I should have done earlier, I know. I know...

When will I learn my lesson? When, I ask you?!

You might not know that I touch-type. I was taught to type years ago on manual typewriters by a mad and wonderful Joyce Grenfell-esque evening class tutor in Towcester, Northamptonshire...

And now, I'm going to have to learn how to touch-type the word 'Psychotherapy' correctly, because it's one of those words I can almost never get right.

For almost never... Read NEVER.

I am going to have to learn it, FGS, if I am training in Psychotherapy, and am interested in becoming a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor as a career.

Yes indeed!

Psychtrapy, psychotheropy, psuchotherapy, pshcyhtheridp...

And again with the elegant multi-fabric'ed chaise-longue, because I think it is so beautiful.

And, at the same time, the picture of the studio above is probably closer to how I intend to work.

If I am ever lucky enough to work.

If I pass this blinking assignment!

6 comments:

libby said...

What a lovely, light, cosy corner...could just snuggle up and read a book there.....I too was taught to touch type about a hundred years ago on an ancient old black machine that I probably could'nt even lift now (the sort you see in museums)...kids are sometimes impressed that I can look at them and not at the keyboard or screen....good luck with your 'cramming'.

Chairman Bill said...

Love the sofa - if you ain't psychotic before lying on it, you would be afterwards.

Gigi said...

Ahh, the ability to touch type. Who would have thought that would be the one skill that would carry forward into the world of computers? At least something I've learned still has some value.

slommler said...

OMG! That chaise is amazing! I love it!!!!!
I learned on a manual as well. Boy oh boy...My teacher was Miss Hall! Hair in a bun...brooch on her ample chest. Lace collar and red lipstick! Such a character!!
Good times
Hugs
SueAnn

rallentanda said...

Anyone with a sense of humour should pass every assignment. I would give you a pass in all your assignments based solely on that:)

Olga said...

That chaise-longue can inspire a new painting. Good luck with
Psychtrapy, psychotheropy, psuchotherapy, pshcyhtheridp...

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