So I found out that if I go two days without making a blog post, the world does not come to an end. Well, we knew that, and anyways it is a cliche. My brain is not firing on all cylinders (cue unkind remarks about my brain’s general lack of cylindrical capacity).
My laptop clicked off as I typed that last sentence. My husband, Steven, never has any problems like that. He gets on and the computer stays on as long as he likes. It must be operator error, but I’m damned if I know what I’m doing wrong. But I digress.
Digress from what, I ask myself. I got up early to make a blog post but I have no idea what to write about and, as I said, very little brain to write it with. I’ll just mention that it was not a problem to get up early since I went to bed practically as soon as I got home yesterday afternoon. Actually, I ate something, took a nap, got up and took a hot, hot shower with the water pounding on the back of my neck (it felt GOOOOD!), and got dressed for rehearsal. Then I realized I could not possibly drag myself to rehearsal, much less actually rehearse. I emailed a lame excuse to the director and stage manager, and went back to bed. I think it helped.
And the computer clicked off again, just as I typed in that last sentence and was composing the next one in my head. I was about to say and now I am offering a lame excuse to my blog readers. By my new rules for myself, I must make two posts on two days now, and then I will be caught up again. I hope my brain returns soon.