I have had nothing to say‡ for a week or more.
You may have noticed.§
But the Queensryche concert fomented a three-part series on concert venues, music in general and the Queensryche concert itself.
And I got new yarn.¶
And I'm all excited about the Ravelry Hat Attack.#
And I have a LOT more whining to do about work.
[SUMMARY: Subject matter abounds.]
We're†† closing January 31. I don't know how, exactly, but that's the plan. I have much to do and limited time and I'm hosting Book Club on the 30th‡‡ so I can't even pull an all-nighter for the final.%
[SUMMARY: Film at 2/1.]
So I figure I'll write about the concert in my vast spare time,§§ hoping to get it done before the concert is so-last-week's-news. Then I can push some off to the weekend. Then maybe next week...
[SUMMARY: I work best¶¶ under pressure.]
But the contest## was shiny, wasn't it? Did it distract you?
OK, then, go laugh at this.
I'll be back.
†FOOTNOTE (crossed): Could somebody tell me why I have been convinced for, say, 35 years that it's spelled "dilemna"?
‡FOOTNOTE (double-crossed): Not that that's stopped me from talking.
§FOOTNOTE (swerved): You may also have noticed I'm not nearly as interesting when I'm talking about knitting as I am when I'm talking about the weather. That, my friends, is a *sad* testimony.
¶FOOTNOTE (paragraphed): All the cool kids are knitting with it...
#FOOTNOTE (pounded): Though I live in terror that my assassin will be Angelique -- who lives a block away and is staying home hermiting -- and my target will live in rural China.
††FOOTNOTE (ddouble-ccrossed): And by "we," I mean, "the client."
%FOOTNOTE (percented): Yet another well-honed college skill gone to waste.
‡‡FOOTNOTE (doubble-crossssed): I already pushed it a week for Queensryche. Yeah, you heard me: I rescheduled literary endeavour in favour of Theatre of Hair.
§§FOOTNOTE (dervish!): *snort*
¶¶FOOTNOTE (beat beat): Perhaps more accurate to say, "I work ONLY under pressure."
##FOOTNOTE (pounding like a tequila hangover): BTdubs -- my cousin Tani has agreed to play middle-man and send me pristine entries, untainted by personal information, ready for unbiased perusal. Yay, Tani!