Publish date:
April 10, 2013
health, brain, perspective, Into the Gloss

I know I won't get nearly as many comments on this as Victor did onhis test (god, I love you guys), but it is a test to see if my newphone is synced up with the feature on this site that allows you (ifyou like) to see inside my phone.

I'm suuuure you have missed me here since Friday when I switchedphones, so let's see. This is me this morning doing that thing I liketo do where I turn things upside down (for perspective at any time,lie on your bed with your head hanging over the edge looking out intoyour room and you can instantly see all the good there -- I find). Ifyou want to try the one I did just now: walk downstairs on your handswithout allowing your knees or shins to touch anything. It feels weirdand isn't as much fun as complete inversions (the best!), but worthtrying.

Okay, yesterday I was interviewed by the most beautiful woman in theworld, Emily Weiss from intothegloss, and I was having that weirdthing where I couldn't access my words and sounded like I was on cokeand not finishing ideas, like this: "So then I started Sassy, and,well, well, you know what I'm saying...." I don't think I gave hereven one complete quote to work with.

This reminds me: I am telling Cat to stop making me sound dumb in herbook that she's writing but she won't because she thinks it's funny.HAhahahaha, not to me. Anyway, Emily, call me if you want to talkagain because today I have my brain back. Does this spaciness thingever happen to you guys and what do you attribute it to or how do youfix it? I tried eating snickers thinking it was blood sugar, thenchicken thinking it was a lack of protein, then lots of water becauseLori thought I might be dehydrated. I never figured it out.

Ok, that's a lot of rambling that needs the kind of editing Mandytalked about in her post on good writing.

Did you read this all the way to the end? If so, I love you even morethan I did at the beginning. Gooooood morning!