There are little tiny meth junkies inside my skull with tiny pickaxes running around pounding my face from the inside. Can you say SINUS HEADACHE FROM HELL?!
Outside it's cold and rainy. I didn't run my warm air humidifier last night and I am paying for it this morning.
My mother's friend Carolyn came in yesterday from Augusta and I got up and cooked breakfast and chatted pleasantly and acted perfectly normal while she was here.
She left, and I took medication.
Obviously not enough.
The tiny insane meth junkies have slowed down a bit and the pickaxes are slightly less dull, but they are still there.
This is after 2 Aleve, 2 Motrin, and half a Hydrocodone [leftover from back problems last summer].
I know you're thinking WOW, Dee is totally overmedicated. I bet she's a zombie.
Well, no. I'm typing, right?
I am short and fat, like R2D2 combined with a meteor, so I can handle more medication than most people. Although, to be honest, at the moment I am scratching my eyes a lot due to allergies, feeling rather out of it, and I am contemplating taking it easy ALL DAY.Thanks be to God for Saturday.
Yesterday, I spent most of the day cleaning the house, because I didn't want Carolyn to think we are total slobs. We are kinda slobby, but not in a "health hazard" way. I was in the home of one of Mike's friends recently and WOW, that lady obviously never cleans. Compared to that place, our house looks like Martha Stewart's place after the maids have just left.
Anyway, my house is fairly clean, and for once all the laundry is caught up.
Today it's cold and rainy and I want to do nothing all day.
I will share one more funny job ad I stumbled across this morning. The person who wrote this is obviously obsessed, probably to an unhealthy degree, with some show on TV called The Vampire Diaries.I copied this verbatim; no editing. I think the person who placed the ad probably has trouble distinguishing reality from fantasy.They probably need medication.
I like the phrase "pop culture junkie." That's a nice way of saying "couch potato."
Wanted: Obsessive Vampire Diaries Writer and Fan (Atlanta)Don't lie. All you do is watch TV. Yes, you have a job, but it's not a priority. Vampire Diaries? Now we're talkin' priorities. So how about this? Earn the right to say, "I'm a Vampire Diaries-viewing professional," and earn some money at the same time. We're looking for a talented and opinionated writer and pop culture junkie to become the expert for Vampire Diaries -- that means blogging, recapping, Top 10s, gossip coverage, and otherwise leading web users to what they need to know about *your* show. We also love exclusive interviews with the cast/contestants (past and present) and anyone involved with the show! Send us two sassy-snarky Vampire Diaries-themed writing samples that are approximately 300-500 words each. Then, let's talk. Relevant entertainment web writing experience *required*. Writer must be available 10 -- 15 hours per week when the show is in-season, approximately 2 -5 hours off-season.
PLEASE READ BEFORE APPLYING: We'd like to see a cover letter, your resume, and two entertainment-related writing samples (300 - 500 words each), then let's talk. Resumes missing any of this information will be immediately disregarded."