I went running this morning, thinking I could do a Sunday Running Commentary. It did not go well. I went for a walk with my husband a little while ago, thinking I could do a Pedestrian Post. It was a lovely walk, but that’s about all I can say about it. Next time I’ll go when it isn’t so close to sundown, bring my tablet along, and get some pictures. That’s always fun. Well, this cannot be the day I do not make a blog post. This is a daily blog, dammit, and I post daily.
Oh dear, that is quite the wrong attitude for Wrist to Forehead Sunday. I must be pose dramatically, about to swoon, and moan, “The blog must go on!”
I just spent an inordinate amount of time searching for a photo I could use for illustration. This is not quite what I wanted, but I think it will do. It is from The Great American Melodrama. I found it in a group of public photos after searching Facebook for “melodramatic poses.” I was in a melodrama once and enjoyed it quite a bit. My husband directed.
Here is one of me in a melodrama: Dirty Work at the Crossroads at Ilion Little Theatre, back in 2013, if I remember correctly (don’t expect me to look it up on Wrist to Forehead Sunday). This is not my most dramatic scene, but apparently nobody photographed that one. I actually did put my wrist to my forehead to declaim, “Oh shame! Oh degradation!” It was one of my favorite moments on stage ever.
Well, what a silly post this is turning out to be. I’ve blathered on for some 300 words, shared a couple of pictures, and not said a whole heck of a lot. Well, what can you do on a Sunday? I’ll try to do something better that I can write about tomorrow. In the meantime, I hope you are enjoying the end of your weekend. I am