Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Warning: this is storytelling at its worst

If I weren't so sleepy, I hope I could have made this post sort of funny. Alas, I'm so tired you are getting bare bones. Sorry. I will try to be awake funny peppy here tomorrow.

This sort of stuff is supposed to happen on Monday, not Tuesdays. I am still not getting enough sleep and this morning it all caved in on me.

That’s a bit dramatic. Nothing caved in on me and I didn’t fall down the steps (I do that when I am tired), but I did get out of bed feeling a bit cranky. When I am very tired, I get dizzy and I stagger drunkenly. So this morning being no different, I bumped my way down the hallway, stood in the bathroom unsure of what to do (I had been up twice already so I didn’t have the usual routine), I fed the cats and bumped into several things: stair railing, countertop, dryer door.

I didn’t step in the cat sick that was on the throw rug at the front door; that's a good thing. I ran up and down the steps doing this and that, never making one good trip at it, always forgetting something. I was robbed –nay, snuffed- in Mafia Wars right in front of my nose. I can’t seem to get a bad blog post together to save myself and so finally at about 7:30 a.m. (work starts at 8:00) I gave up and got into a warm bath.

That was a mistake. I got warm and drowsy. Then I noticed the cheap conditioner I’ve been using for months to shave my legs:
Right. Read it.
The conditioner is shampoo. Nice. At least it isn’t Crisco. Although my legs would be really soft…

5 comments:

Badass Geek said...

Crisco as shaving cream... interesting idea.

allthingsjuice said...

I once outed a friend for using fabric softener instead of detergent. She had been using it for MONTHS and had never noticed!

Cindy said...

This is laugh out loud funny!

Akelamalu said...

It's not as bad as using hair removal cream on your head though! LOL

dsmcaron said...

BAG: maybe Crisco could market my idea
Juice: that's funny!
Cindy: remember when I didn't wash the conditioner out of my hair?
Akelamalu: that's awful! Awful, but funny.