Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Sorry, my brain is full.

I am suffering from a severe case of "attend meetings at work until you want to poke your eyes out" -itis, and sitting in front of an empty blog window for ten minutes trying to come up with a coherent thought was enough to make me yawn and say I'm calling it a night.

However, one closing thought: I seem to keep an internal monologue even when I'm not blogging these days, often times as I'm getting ready to fall asleep, in fact. Actually, I did it before I started blogging, too; last year it was my "Carrie" train of thought (I caught Sex and the City late in its life-cycle, once it moved from HBO to tamed-down reruns); prior to that it was just a part of me, practicing important conversations in my head.

Does everyone do that? Or do I just think way too much about what I want to say?

Oh well. I think I'll sleep on it.


Blogger Lorem ipsum said...

My God, I thought I was the only one. I even have a pen with a light on it because I can't read what I write in the dark otherwise.

By the way, am I the only one who thought the finale of 'SATC' involving Carrie and Big was a stupid fairy tale and she got exactly what she deserved?

8/23/2005 9:33 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

I thought I was the only one until Catherine confessed to it as well. (Planning out what you want to say, both in writing and for potential real-life conversations).
I get alot of good blog material when I'm in the shower or doing mindless chores - but then I forget most of it when the time comes. :-D

8/23/2005 11:26 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

Yup, me too. I think in 'blogish' now. But I have always done practice runs or make believe conversations.

Just because we all do it however, doesn't mean you don't think about it all too much....we really might all be kinda freakish in that regard and should probably be ignored LOL:)

8/24/2005 2:04 AM  
Blogger cat said...

*raises hand* yep... unfortunately all the brilliant things I come up with right before bed are lost in dream land somewhere. Last night it was Sean Puffy Combes (sp?) trying to make a music biz deal with me in a horrible nightclub. I blame Puffy.

8/24/2005 5:28 PM  
Blogger Catherine said...

"blogish"...now that's a good word for it!

8/25/2005 9:52 AM  

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