I’ve been exploring disturbing subjects lately. Some of them must have leaked into my dreams because, um… I punched the wall while asleep a couple of nights ago. The Sandman is keeping mum. I don’t know what he and I were doing when my knuckles kissed concrete, and that’s annoying the Flying Spaghetti Monster out of me…
I guess I need to be thankful that I punched the wall and not the hot Piano Man sleeping next to me. That would have been awkward… Anyhoo, I iced the affected knuckles and took something for the pain. They are still a bit swollen and tender, but my typing speed is almost back to normal.
I’m frustrated because I can’t remember the dream… That doesn’t happen to me often. I had a nightmare the day after the wall incident. I dreamed that I got home to find a huge portrait (of someone I don’t particularly like) hanging over my bed. In the picture, the person was wearing a Santa hat and no shirt; there were a bunch of glowing little faces of the same individual hovering around the center image. I screamed. Don’t laugh! It was terrifying.
In other (seemingly random) news, I deleted my Facebook page. My personal profile works just fine. If someone I don’t know is interested in the things that appear on my wall, they can follow. I gave the page an honest try. It didn’t do much for me (at least not right now), so it’s gone. My writing blog, on the other hand, has been reactivated. Are you wondering why the writing blog is back up after I said it would be static for some time? Well, remember the swollen knuckles? They hurt… and the pain was a bit distracting… I couldn’t sleep, so I decided to pass the time doing a little
ramble-blogging… and, while drunk in the fumes of agony, I thought I was scheduling a
post for this blog…
Moral of the story? Thou shall not blog while under the influence of bruised flesh and bone. If you don’t follow my writing blog, consider doing so. That way you won’t miss anything… and I will feel less like an idiot for rekindling what was supposed to be a somewhat static site *pouts*
The Sandman by Neil Gaiman