Dry as the Sahara

I feel like I should have just a gillion things to talk about. Life, work, cats, new movies, plans for June (since it’s already here), the play…but seriously folks. I’m dry dry dry. Random thoughts float in and out of the brain area and I think, blog that. Thoughts on politics, news bits, celebrity gossip…but it goes away. Gone. So…the onset of early Alzheimer’s has begun I guess. Or it was the weekend that did me in and I’m still recovering? Who knows.

Some good things this weekend:

I’ve got a busy day today thru Saturday, so that is a nice relief.

Movies: Knocked Up with Katherine Heigel. Looks fun-neeee to me. May catch that.
Next week though, HUZZUAH! June 8th! Then I have tickets to Wicked the next night, so that’s a fun weekend.

We’ve had catastrophe with rehearsals this week and have nothing until Sunday night. Ugh. I’m working on lines like a freak, but it’s all conversation and I really need that other voice. Hopefully I’ve made progress on this one.

I’m ready to get back to WW meeting on Monday. I feel a little lost without it these past 3 weeks. I’ll be anxious to see what’s happened w/o meetings and journaling…ewwwww.

I need some summer reads. Any thoughts?

I guess that is about it from here. Time to go make my food for the day and get clean. Huzzah and Happy Thursday! I love George Clooney. Duh. I wonder why Julia isn’t in 13? Anyone know?

3 thoughts on “Dry as the Sahara

  1. PS The Police had the lovely tune Tea in the Sahara. It might help ease the drought. “I too am thirsty. I too need water. I too have experienced dryness of mouth.” Anyone? Its from one of my favorite stupid movies to watch on any given Sat afternoon its on TNT.

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