October 17, 2005
So much to say, so little to gather
I have plenty of things to talk about. As I make my way through each day, I come up with things to provide to my blog, little vignettes and amazing streams of consciousness that provide great new insights into the mystery of humankind and the answers to the universe in general.
What I don't have is a great amount of time and determination to sit down and relate these things here. Since I left to pick up Michael on Tuesday morning, it has been a non-stop flurry of activity, from housecleaning to meetings to shopping to softball to work, and by the time I sit down here in front of the computer, I don't have enough enthusiasm or brain activity to do more than surf throughout the web.
So many things I've planned to say.
Like telling you about my friend Vinny, who is now country western DJing at the new bar, Steel (formerly the Eagle) on Thursday nights.
Or talking about the letter W's first storm, Wilma.
Or rant on about the increasingly pitiful excuses conservatives are making for this criminal of a president.
Paul Rodgers and QueenI don't even have time to talk about how much I love Paul Rodger's vocals on Queen's new release of Bohemian Rhapsody.
But I can't seem to draw one thought together long enough to make any of these worth my blog's time. Maybe it's the full moon.
I'd like to get a good night's sleep one evening soon. Then maybe I'll be able to put a few interesting words together.
Posted by Bastique at October 17, 2005 11:36 PM