Wednesday, July 17, 2013

You do cram these words into mine ears against the stomache of my sense . . .

Strange night friends.

I went to bed around midnight (after an inordinately long day) and went right to sleep, which many of you know is fairly rare for me.  I slept hard until about 2am and then I was awake until what must've been 5am. Then I slept until a reasonable time.

I couldn't stop thinking about talk shows, but what specifically I couldn't tell you.  Regardless I'm a little pooped, but I do feel strangely rested.  We'll see how long that lasts.

Why was yesterday so busy you might ask?

Well let me tell you.

I was up early (pre 8a - ick) and did my regular help-out of my bro in Cincy and though it wasn't nearly as humid as last week, we were still soaked through by the time we stopped in the early afternoon.  And there seemed to be more stairs involved somehow.

E'en so, we're getting a lot done.  See?

No rest for the wicked.  No peace for the damned. 

Following that we stopped by a post office for some errands, which of course had no functioning computers at the time.  I did buy some boxes.  Hard to believe I'm already planning to send things back west . . .

Tom had to go feed the menagerie whilst I opened and closed hundreds of DVD cases (don't ask) and then we ate some meat salads.  On the way to check in to some Sinclair business for Tom we stopped by Zoot so I could be fitted for my Caliban rig (below) - pretty nifty, eh?

I can't wait to see it covered.  It's going to be a *monster*!  ; )

Regardless, we finally got back to our folks' house and I finally, finally, finally got a shower.  That not only felt great, but improved my mood tremendously.

I prepared food for today's very long day (show a.m./rehearsal p.m.) and ran FAUSTUS so I'd be ready for the audience today.  Then I worked as much of TEMPEST as my brain would hold before passing out as noted above.

Maybe I'll see some of you on the boards, eh?

Back to the salt mines . . .


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