Okie-dokie. I’ve had it. Last night, I didn’t need vomiting dogs to keep me up. I was asleep at 11:00 p.m., up at 1:00 a.m., back to sleep at 3:10 a.m., up at 6:15 a.m., back to sleep up 8:30 a.m., up at 12:15 p.m. And, no, I don’t feel particularly well-rested. I’d love to blame it on the jet-lag but that was over a week ago, and while I could chalk it up to an over-active mind, the truth, my mind is a blissfully blank slate. So what’s the deal? Could it be that I’m subconsciously troubled, unwittingly struggling with a matter of great import while my conscious self focuses on more present issues: my writing, the approaching holidays, will Bob be able to stave off elimination and make it through this Sunday’s Survivor season finale? Off the top of my head, I can’t think of anything that’s been troubling me of late but, of course, since it’s something I’m wrestling with subconsciously, it’s not something that would readily come to mind.In times like these, I consider myself fortunate in that I need not go it alone. Despite the seemingly frustration, I can always seek comfort in one very special place. No, not the arms of my wife or the understanding of a close friend! I refer, of course, to the ever-reliable problem-solving wonder that is Nyquil.
Hey, just received the first draft of the second part of the Stargate: Universe opener. Some late (hopefully not too late) night reading.
Things I learned today:
1. A recipe for a delicious early morning snack guaranteed to start your day on the right foot…or an ambulance:
2. I may not need Brad Garrett to play the part of Lurch in my Addams Family Reunion movie after all:http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/forbes-superstar-flops.html
3. “Do you have a map? Because I’m getting lost in your eyes.” Cheesy yet effective: