The problem is: The sooner I fall asleep, the sooner it feels like I wake up and have to go to work.
Dear Blog Readers,
I am going back to work in Cowtown the Monday before American Thanksgiving. This means I will probably be moving in with my parents for a while. A much shorter while, this time, I hope.
My mother and I drove around looking at houses yesterday. Some were rentals, most are for sale.
The most significant factor in where I'll end up is the snow line. I feel mostly safe driving myself, but I hate most of the drivers out there. (I mean who thinks it's smart to stop while driving uphill in an inch of slush covered in two inches of snow?)
Also, there's the whole me just being me factor and sort of, kind of freaking out about nothing and everything over the job, over living with the parents, over the crappy neighbors that don't yet exist.
Yeah. Just wanted to share. Aren't I great?
I am usually in bed at this time. My meds usually make me yawny and that means get into bed. Tonight, though, I stay up to watch Elementary. The show is enjoyable, but not one that I have to watch see each week. This week Sherlock's older brother is back.
Mycroft Holmes is my favorite character that Conan-Doyle created. Sure, this Mycroft is different from the one in the books, but I still want to see what's done with him.
I love that fan-fiction can be loved by mass audiences and companies will spend millions of dollars on without slutting up any of the characters.