The one where she asks

the age old question:  “Is it my destiny to always have at last two false starts before I settle into a sock pattern?”  Just asking……

I think I got smacked with the dummy stick between last night and now.  I just noticed about five minutes ago that the entry I worked so hard on yesterday was still in draft form, that’s right, folks, typed it, proofed it but didn’t bother to publish it.  So, the upshot of this is that today, there are two, count ’em, two entries today.  Jeez, sometimes I worry about myself :p

How ’bout a good dose of Susannah?

There, I feel much better.

There is no great genius without some touch of madness.  Seneca (5 BC-65 AD)



The one where she decides

to catch her blog up on her current reading/listening material since books are something I wanted to include in my blog.  At this moment, I have four books going, two actual paper books, one audiobook and one Nookbook.  The two book books (I can’t think of anything more precise than that) are “Madness, A Bipolar Life” by Marya Hornbacher and the Narcotics Anonymous Basic Text.  Just noticed how odd these books seem when put together.  The third is an audiobook, “The Stand” by Stephen King and I’ve actually lost count of the number of times I’ve read/listened to it, and last is “The Girl in the Green Sweater: A Life in Holocaust’s Shadow” by Krystyna Chiger and Daniel Paisner.  I know that book titles are supposed to be underlined but I can’t figure out how to do it.  If someone stumbles upon this post and can clue me in, I’d appreciate it.

It’s now 9:49 p.m.  I’m so glad I got started on today’s post this afternoon because I’ve had computer challenges this evening.  My computer and I definitely have a love/hate relationship.  Let’s hear it for thinking ahead!!

Any activity becomes creative when the doer cares about doing it right, or better.  John Updike (1932-    )