It’s just about the middle of Blogathon 2006. The half way mark where I can look back and completely disregard anything I have previously written because I’m only looking foward to the final 12 hours of the event. Right now, I’m bordering between being sleepy and being completely insane, not because I haven’t slept for 12 hours, no…but because I haven’t already slept for 24 hours.
My location is in Australia which means I would have started at 11pm rather than if I just woke up. Which also means that by the time this is over, I would have stayed up for 36 hours straight assuming that I crash right after Blogathon ends, which I probably doubt so anyway.
The things I do for what I love. It would be a whole lot more enjoyable if I could actually understand what I’m talking about. I do hope that all this while the rest of you actually do understand what I’m trying to get at here because it’s a little painstaking to craft this intricate web of randomness that actually has a point and then watch it dissolve to babble because your mind can’t seem to focus straight.
I think I might actually have to have more breaks in between. That can be a very bad thing indeed.
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