Monday, October 29, 2012

You Say Halloween, I Say Pre-Christmas

Lots of stuff has happened, bloggy friends, like I ran my first half-marathon and I'm 2/3 done with this semester and I started my first IV and all sorts of other ooey-gooey things that I'm too busy and/or tired to take the time to type.

Right now I'm frantically trying to finish a bunch of stuff ahead of time so I'll feel like I can indulge in NaNoWriMo without also indulging in a brain attack (<---that's what they're calling strokes these days).

We all have our coping mechanisms. Right now, mine is listening to Christmas music.

Hey, if it's good enough for multi-bestseller Laurell K. Hamilton when she's having a bad writing day, it's good enough for me.

Also, I love Christmas music.

Also, it's frakking 50 degrees in October, which is basically December weather, so let's pretend!

This is an intervention message given to me via Facebook:

I'm sorry, I can't hear you over the sound of my holiday Pandora station.


Old Kitty said...

Merry Christmas, Summer! LOL!!! Sorry, had to say that! :-)

Yay for you running your marathon!

Take care

Stina said...

It snowed here a lot last week. It feels more like Christmas time than October. I keep expecting to hear sleigh bells. :)

Linda G. said...

LOL! Enjoy your Pre-Christmas season!

Sarah Ahiers said...

I LMAO at the new "techincal term" for strokes.
And i have to say, listening to you talking about christmas totally gets me in the christmas mood!
Once we get some snow that sticks up here, then it's all over for me

Tamara said...

haha...Love this! You sound like my daughter. We always say she's a who from Whoville. :)

Lola Sharp said...

Congrats on the marathon, etc. :)