You can call off the APB if you wish. This is a late-in-the-day edition of NNK just to keep up appearances make sure I don't lose ground on that every-day habit thing.
The last two days have been very long -- especially LAST night -- and when I got home late after a 14-hour work day that started with yet ANOTHER two-hour drive (this time on the way to work instead of home) because of an overturned cattle truck*, I just didn't have a blog post in me -- especially not after having watched the latest episode of LOST which is really living up to its name. We are just all lost watching LOST, I do believe. I think the writers must have taken just a few too many hallucinogenic drugs in their youth. But whatever.
Today I had a two-hour break between the morning and the afternoon lecture sessions, and I intended to blog during that break. But on the way to work, my BlackBerry started malfunctioning and never recovered throughout the day (and even now), and when I was at UVM, their wireless network was not working, either, so not only could I not blog -- I also could not receive or answer any emails. Perhaps the LOST program has spilled over into OUR world. Yeah, that's it.
And my real world is a little bit in limbo and topsy-turvy, too. Today was my last day of medical school, and I've enjoyed it so much I feel like a fish out of water. As it turns out, there's not too much time to worry about it, because little by little my schedule is filling up. And there will be occasional lectures and meetings to cover for the med school into the foreseeable future, too. A special guy for whom I could possibly knit socks (for Jon, I would knit socks!) will be coming on March 28th, and yes, I've got the gig. Pinch me. Honestly.
Laurie wrote me the other day: "Give Jon a kiss for me. But no tongue." Hahahahaha. Can't stop me! Hmmm, I wonder how big his feet are. Get your minds OUT of the gutter. Right now. (Poor guy is probably going to have to hire extra security to keep me away from him now.)
So now it's late, and almost time to write my entry for TOMORROW. My big day. Fifth blogiversary. I suppose I should come up with five things to blog about, five things about me, five reasons to keep on blogging, and/or maybe five really great prizes. Thanks for the great ideas, Lucia. YOU are my idea woman.
*Yes, it's fun to live in Vermont sometimes. When I saw the truck it was already loaded onto a tow truck, and I did not see any evidence of animals, so we are going to hope it was empty when it went over.