Am I bovvered? (Am I bothered?)
I think it’s three weeks into this lovely sunny weather, I’d normally pay a lot of money for flights, hotels and restaurants for the experience instead I’m at home enjoying the sun and heat, with Wimbledon in full swing, the Football World Cup seems to be in Englands favour and the British Grand Prix is on today if I can be bovvered to watch it.
We all have choices whether we are bovvered or not, I wasn’t bovvered with the football but with a constant media overload I actually watched part of England’s quarter final with Sweden yesterday; I didn’t intend to I got caught up in the hysteria of the day but I did. They played like a team, their composure was a joy to watch. Was I bovvered?
Is not being bothered a sort of being interested but not letting on to others and yourself. Surely by knowing about something I’m influenced by it wether I want to or not.
Is not being bothered a negative connection to whatever?
Do negative connections like to stick? I think they do, therefore if I’m not bovvered I will become more and more influenced by the whatever. Something that I say I’m not interested will start to control my life, this seems to be a lose-lose situation. Perhaps I could turn the statement to “I am bovvered!” then I can decide how to treat the whatever.
The whatever my never change because my responses to it will.
Have a play with something on your “Am I bovvered” list, keep it safe. Change the words to “I am bovvered” and see what happens. You may notice it change from a lose-lose to the win-win. My I’m bovvered for sport this week is;
- For the Grand prix today that will happen without me watching it, I’ll wait for the highlights later,
- I’ll watch the Federer tennis games when I can because he is a joy to watch
- For the World Cup semi final on Wednesday, I’ll make a decision to watch the England game on Wednesday.
Watching sport on TV are on the easy “Am I Bovvered’ list
Now to start some harder ones.
What’s on your easy list?