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Monday, April 2, 2012

Separated ~ Avant

I have not posted in like two weeks. Which is kind of total craziness.

And I more than likely would still not be posting, if this were not an act of procrastination towards the no fewer than three things I should be doing right now. And when I say three things, I really mean upwards of ten. There is a long list of things more important than this blog post to be done.

Holy cow I do not want to do any of those things. At all.

Not right now anyway.

I would instead like to tell you the following things:

1. I still listen to songs over and over when the mood strikes me. Most recently, K'naan's Dylan cover of "With God On Our Side."   Also Usher's new joint because I love it when Usher channels his little inner Prince falsetto. It makes me happy.

2. I have eight (yes, 1234567...8) blog posts from the past two weeks sitting in draft status. None of them were quite right. So I have maybe gotten pickier about what I post? This post sort of answers that question with a resounding "NO!" doesn't it?

3. So I never saw any episodes of that Keri Russell "Felicity" show when it was actually on television but I happened across some episodes the other day. Is it just me or is that the most joyless show ever? It's like Reality Bites, My So-Called Life, and Gilmore Girls all co-mingled to produce the world's least happy hour of television. I think maybe there were parts that were supposed to be funny? Yet somehow, it is also kind of addictive. Anyone watch this show when it was on? Report your thoughts and feelings in the comments section. I feel a need to understand.

4. Any other Tucson readers feeling dread over the coming six months of hot oppressive misery? Just me?  I am so not ready for this.

More later I hope. In the meantime, talk amongst yourselves. Tell me your irrational fears in the comments. It will help me with a project I am working on.


  1. I am feeling the dread too! There's heat and humidity aplenty here!

  2. There are no FEWER than three things you should be doing right now.

  3. Amy, thank you so much for your help. I know that generally speaking fewer is used for things that are countable and less is used for things that are not countable. I was aiming for the impression that my to do list was too lengthy to count, but I should research the proper usage of less versus fewer some more.