I stayed up pretty late last night, until about 3:30 or so. I took my last dose of sinus meds around 5:30 but still it didn’t seem to help as far as sleepy went. I had lots of work to do anyway. I watched An Evening with Kevin Smith while I ate a frog and did some transcribing of stories that came in handwritten on looseleaf. Fabulous! Don’t even ask me how I’ve come this far and not seen any of these films. There were quite a few stories I had already heard on Smodcast, which was a bit of a surprise, but lots of giggles regardless. I’m going to watch the newer one from last year sometime this weekend.
The Mighty crew is going to the Christmas Dinner Theatre at the Rodd on Sunday night. It’s out annual staff Xmas gathering. It should be fun. I haven’t been in a few years. The last time we went there was just me, Stacy and Terry. Times have changed! We’ll fill a table now. I think me and Stacy are going to sneak our way into a Christmas party at the Tea House! LOL No seriously, we’ve been talking about it. The Tea House is all decked out and looking mighty cozy and Christmas-like, I can’t think of a better place to get in the spirit. I’m kinda actually getting in the spirit on my own. The other night when me, Stace, and Les were shopping at Jean Coutu they were playing carols over the speakers. Whenever I’m in Jean Coutu I’m reminded of Sackville and I get a little nostalgic. I miss it a lot sometimes. The quaintness, the compactness. Miramichi is much bigger. I need to go downtown and shop around the square, see if I can find some quaintness there. Decorations in the park and such must come soon. Santa Claus parades must happen soonish.
Oh well, enough rambling about stuff. The meds seem to have kicked in so I’m off for another productive day.
Drinking: coffee, water
Listening To: 1973, james blunt
Hair: sliced and diced. literally. i totally chopped off my ponytail and then took the razor to my head. seriously. i went from three inches below my shoulders to just below my ears. all by myself!! it’s the drugs man, it’s gotta be the drugs