My brain is empty. There’s no activity whatsoever except for “Candle on the Water” playing as a sort of screen saver. My days are going something like this:
- Wake up.
- Sit on the couch.
- Apply aloe to crispy legs.
- Watch an episode of Pushing Daisies while I eat breakfast.
- Catch up on email/facebook/twitter.
- Be convinced to do something that is not writing (hang out, run errands, watch a movie, etc.)
- Watch Pushing Daisies while I eat lunch.
- Apply aloe to legs again.
- Write an article. Or not.
- Come home.
- Apply aloe.
- Go to bed.
On a positive note, I’m seriously almost completely packed. On a more daunting note, my things still have not multiplied, and I’m beginning to be concerned. I have a theory that it only multiplies under stress, and since I started packing so early, I’m not stressed about it, and therefore it shan’t multiply. But we’ll see. If my theory turns out to be correct, that means I’ll have to re-write the stages of moving (and also a handy guide to moving), but I’ll let you know how the rest of the week goes. For now, I’m going to watch one more episode of Pushing Daisies and go to bed (I’ve already applied my aloe).