Among the Living and Walking Wounded

It’s been a crazy couple of weeks (I think I haven’t posted in longer but at this point I’m too tired to care) and I haven’t had the time to really sit down and reflect on my life enough to write about it. As it is, here I am, up at 1.00 AM on a Wednesday in bed, desperately typing this up so my avid (*snigger*) readers will have something to read.

Which isn’t saying much because even though I do have a lot to talk about that’s currently happening in my life, I also need to wake up tomorrow and get to class and if it turns out to be another rainy day like today (yesterday actually) was, well I need to set my alarm up extra early. And what all of this means is that I cannot go to bed any later than 1.30.

And I don’t think half an hour’s worth of typing, looking up movie posters, transferring photos to my computer and editing and proofreading will be enough to come up with a half-decent post about my recent going-ons so all of that I will leave for SATURDAY. Eastern Time. As in Eastern American Time for my readers back home. I know YOU are there. Don’t try to hide behind this digital wall that’s so conveniently sprouted up between us.

So that’s all this post is: a routine check-in to remind all of you guys that I’m, contrary to popular beliefs of actual people that I know, not extinct. I am still among the living and still very much, walking wounded.

And on that note, I’m going to take my leave. As in by your leave. As in leave. Bye.



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