So my brilliant plan of getting caught up on Sunday did not work, but at least I did not get any further behind. Until yesterday, when I felt myself incapable of making even a Monstrous Monday post. It is so easy for me to talk myself out of things! Yes, you may judge me if you are so inclined; it will not be any harsher than my judgement on myself. In any case, I am sitting here prior to five in the morning on Tuesday (I believe my WordPress timestamp is still messed up), trying to do a post, so that when I post again later, I will still be only one post behind. Surely I am capable of at least a Monstrous Monday post! And, yes, I am calling you Shirley. Live with it.
Since I say, “Live with it,” I throw in a picture of the undead. Regular readers know of my utter infatuation with Nosferatu.
Instead of continuing with the monstrous theme (does that make this Non-Sequitur Monday? How appropriate, since I am actually making the post on Tuesday) (but I digress), I include a picture of the reason why I am so monstrously tired: Morning’s at Seven, the play I am in at Ilion Little Theatre. We had a matinee on Sunday, so I was able to get to bed at a decent hour. However, the collective tiredness of the entire rehearsal and performance process is taking its toll. At least, we’ll go with that explanation. Maybe I am just terrible at being a daily blogger. SAY IT AIN’T SO!!!!!
Back to monsters. This is Bela Lugosi as The Ape Man, a movie which I do not think I have watched all the way through, wrestling with an actual ape, or at least what is purported to be an actual ape. I include it as representative of my struggle against my own worser nature (my computer thinks “worser” is not a word but I get a definition when I google it, and I am certain everybody knows what I mean). The struggle is real.
Ooh, look, I am over 300 words and have three pictures. I call that respectable for a Monstrous Monday post. Sorry it is late. I shall try to do better, perhaps making a post later that is not a mere Tired Tuesday. But no promises.