The Busy Bee.

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December 4, 2014 by sandwichcontrol

That’s me.

As you’ll see.

The past two days have been stupid busy. I’ve been running around like a guy with his chicken cut off. Or at least slammed in a cabinet door.

This explains why there was no Daily Photo update until last night. And no post yesterday. Busy.

Tuesday was a blur of errands. And work. And work errands. It ended with a blinding headache. A headache so bad, that I didn’t even attempt to untangle some of the Magnum Opus. It was extra brutal with a side order of Sexxx Gravy. Dave used to date the drummer. I think she gave him cold sores. On his taint.

Yesterday was non stop meetings. I went to the doctor for a check up. I left there and went straight to a meeting. I left there and went back to the gym to run a workout. I left there, came home, ate a quick lunch, brushed my teeth, and went to the dentist. No cavities. Hooray! I left the dentist and met up with the Rev. Dark Wombat to handle some unfinished business. I left there and went to my studio to start working on these cards for a Grismas order. Mainly I just carved a lot of linoleum. I got a test print done as well.

I’d show them to you, but no spoilers in case you end up getting one as a presnent.

After that it was bedtime. No yarn untangling last night either. I was wiped out.

The good news is that I’m almost caught up on Redcasts. Which means two things:

1) I can record my next show.

2) I can start listening to the Stephen Fry version of the Harry Potter audiobooks.

If the past two days were any indicator, today is going to be another busy one. Thorsdays are usually brutal. This one will probably be more brutaler.

And with that, I’m off.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


1 comment »

  1. TeacherSis says:

    i used to play bass for “more brutaler”…

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