I’m hoping you’re not thinking “All of the above”. Wait, I’m hoping I’m not thinking all of the above. Of course you all know I’m still as unemployed as the rock from which I just crawled under. But I am involved with the San Diego IndieFest, as a volunteer. My volunteer title is ‘Queen of something’ as you see, I don’t care much for titles, I know I’m a queen and it’s all that matters. That and the festival is tomorrow. And today is setup day.
Setup days are always one of my favorites in festivals. It’s exciting. Everything is being delivered. You get to watch the stages rise up, and the light bridges over them. It’s exhilarating. All this is happening right now as I’m clicking away on my keyboard backing up every 3 character to correct a weird typo (I actually wrote homping 3 times before I got it right, shut-up Freud). I am being rocked away in my boat in the backlashes of the Japanese tsunami.
I watched images of these ferocious waves on TV and then went online to see more of them.
I’m currently too delusional to be fun and fearless. It’s so bad in my head I actually googled “early signs of Alzheimer’s” and checked off all 10 signs. Checked them off in a negative “yup, that’s me” way. My delusions almost cost us a sponsorship I managed to finagle at the last minute from a local restaurant giving us $1,000 in meals for the artists.
And it (silly delusion) totally botched up my recent sale on eBay. Thank god for the option to cancel a sale after it’s been paid. Sigh, bye-bye easy $300!
Going back to bed now, good night and please tell Mother Earth to calm the fuck down!