Back at last.
When I returned from California after the amazing Mt. Hermon’s Writer’s Conf and a few extra days in the sunshine, I went immediately to bed. Then it was Easter Sunday, dinner with family, and home to get ready for work on Monday. On Monday I started blogging in earnest and was up very late. Tuesday I was at work until 1am preparing for a one-day trial on Wednesday. Wednesday, after my trial, the love affair continued. I was up all week until the wee hours indulging my new blogging passion. Then on Saturday I crashed. Slept into the afternoon and awoke with a stomach virus. Sunday more of the same. Monday thru Wednesday I worked accompanied by the sounds of coughing, sniffling, sneezing, and nasal congestion (my co-workers were delighted). I took Nyquil every night. Thursday, I sneezed once or twice and only coughed some. I skipped the Nyquil and tried to blog, but the sentences made no sense. Instead I returned emails. Friday, I did not sneeze and only coughed a little. I went out to dinner and chatted on the phone. I must be better. I must blog.
Saturday is Current Events Day.
It’s hard for me to work up a good care about current events. The News is so very sensational, and then so over and onto the next sensation. What care have I of defense missle reduction talks in Russia when CB has realized that he’s ready to marry and have a family and I have realized that I could not ever marry CB (or at least that I should not consider marrying him though he’s definitely cool people)?
My me-centric world view notwithstanding, trolling around the blogosphere has revived for me current topics of interest and has stirred Opinion in my breast as to same.
Next Saturday I’ll get on expressing one or two.