Coming off a well-rested Friday, I woke up at 9:30 this morning and ran off to a Home Owners Association board meeting. In keeping with my style (and genealogy) I arrived “promptly” 10 minutes late.
The meeting lasted for about 2 hours, which was fine with me; I had lots to talk about.
Afterward, it was home for me where my head decided it was time to brew up a little migraine. I wasn’t having any of that, and I popped 2 Excedrin to quickly squash it. I swear by that stuff in times where you haven’t time to play around or wait it out.
I was all about getting things done today. There are about 20 different projects and loose ends that I’d like to wrap up before I start classes next week. Holy cow, next week!
Anyway, I hunkered down in the office and I’m currently on a rush, multitasking between burning DVDs and printing disc labels.
Did I fail to mention that Excedrin contains caffeine? You start to feel it, once the good stuff really kicks in.
This post took me about 5.4 seconds to write – that should give you an idea of how hyper I am due to my little helper in a bottle.
But, what really matters is that my headache is no more. And, food is on the way – don’t you just love delivery? You call a place, they will cook your food to order, then drive it to your house. And, with the cost of gas recently, it’s really not a bad deal once you factor in the cost of food and the time to go and get it. Much better off having it delivered to me. Plus, I don’t have to get out of my chair; well, just to answer the door, but I can suffer through that.
It’s 8:07pm, and my sustenance should be here in 20 minutes; I’m going to get back to work!!
I dug up this old photo from 1997. It’s me (check out my awesome hair) and my friend Jack Buffington at Eat ‘n’ Park in Erie, PA. A group of us film guys frequently hung out there on Friday nights. Jack moved to San Francisco shortly after to attend the Academy of Art College. Haven’t heard from him in a long, long, long time! Jack, if you’ve Googled yourself and found this page, send me an email and let me know you’re alive!