An Apple a Day

I see you.  Sitting at your desk. You try to finish a report. You are exhaling.

You have to reply a pile of working mails, but you don’t want to open them yet.

You will get frustrated and you know it. They will be asking you to clarify, simplify, modify. You are inhaling.

The orchidea needs some water, you are thinking. She has two flowers open. Fortunately, the cleaning lady puts some water from time to time. You feel lazy to run to the toilet fulfill a bottle of water to pour to the orchidea.

You turn your look back to the computer screen. The report stares at you grumpily. You frown glancing back.

You sit. You type two sentences. You get up. You look out of the window. Cars ,more cars and a guy who sells fake sunglasses.

You sit back. You need something catchy to finish the report.

You are bored.

It doesn’t seem like it will rain ideas today.

Hey, grab an apple here: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2013/05/cover-story-eureka-christoph-niemann.html

And who knows maybe an idea is hidden inside!

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