End of August

Tomorrow is Friday and I cannot drink enough NyQuil to get me through to the weekend. The weather in Massachusetts has been fluctuating now that we are moving from August into September, my glands seem to have tripled in size. My sinuses are blocked and my hearing has gotten fuzzier. I have to say, I quite like it.

I completely missed July and most of August. Notable events? I turned 29 years old. I would say this feels like a milestone, being the last year of my 20’s, however, I’ve felt like I’ve been 40 years old since the 3rd grade. I finished Fried Green Tomatoes. I made my first hot toddy and ate my first BLT. I never really liked raw tomatoes but a little bruschetta changed my mind. I pitched to a PBS storytelling show. I got denied by a PBS storytelling show. I got to voice a cartoon character. I got to host a comedy show for four audience members. I got to host a comedy show for a full house. I started up my Pinterest again and I ordered my first StitchFix. I started reading a Jane Austen book after finishing Fried Green Tomatoes. I should have made a smoother transition from country drawls to whatever the hell is going on in Persuasion. There has been a lot going on.

I scheduled myself an “ionic foot bath.” It’s in the realm of holistic healing and I don’t  know what’s going to happen but I hear it draws out toxins from your body and turns the water gnarly colors. I sit next to 3D Printers all day and I used to eat a lot of tunafish as a kid so I think maybe ridding myself of heavy metals and electromagnetic toxins should be on my to-do list.

Yanni played his Yanni: Live at the Acropolis 25th Anniversary Tour. It was nice and also 3 hours long.I got a t-shirt and was gifted a Yanni mug. That being said, I’ve been listening to Enya almost exclusively. She doesn’t tour (yet) so I figured if I listened to her enough I could manifest her in concert.

August is coming to an end quicker than I had hoped.

My Nyquil is starting to kick in so I will bid you adieu. For anyone else suffering from allergies or change-of-season-blues, if you have a stuffy nose – try holding your breath. If you hold it for long enough your body goes into a “SHE’S GONNA DIE, GIVE HER AIR” mode so you’ll get a second of relief. Use at your own risk, I don’t know what kind of damage that could cause brain cells so consult your doctor and not a stranger on a blog.

 

Goodnight! Enjoy the rest of your August days.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s