Mine went something like this:
I am going to take this opportunity to slack off tonight. Then I may go whet the edge of my axe.
An awesome guest will be here tomorrow, so that will be more fun than I am right now.
See you all tomorrow.
I get easily distracted these days. Those annoying little pop up things on TV take the program away from me. I simply have to check out whatever special issue it might mean.
The first time I ignore something about corn flakes, I’m going to miss some sort of CDC warning about Ebola. I’m certain of it.
I feel the same way about ticker tapes that run during the news. “Did you see the live action footage of Bigfoot?” “No dear, I was watching the ticker tape about Lindsay Lohan.”
It’s gotten so bad I can’t read without total silence. I used to turn on music, but that pulls me away from my reading these days. Running water does the same thing, and I’m giving the clock on the wall the stink eye for ticking too loud.
All of our appliances have some kind of bell or whistle these days too. Maybe that’s why I write a lot of historical pieces. It’s more quiet in the Stone Age.
Some blogs distract me too. I know it’s my problem, and I’m not blaming anyone. Someone will post something with a video looping, and I can’t read the post. I have to look at the video, or try to scroll so it’s off the page.
I wasn’t like this ten years ago. What happened?