Here comes the dreded night again, but I feel really good going in. I'm feeling at about 90% my normal peak right now. By this time tomorrow I should be calling it the peacful, fun or starry night. Woke up naturally from last two naps, the first of which had intense, vivid dreaming.
Everyone should try this experiment out at least once in their life, there's no excuse not to at least give it a go. It'll take at least a long weekend (4 days) if you have a consistent work schedule. I recommend Thanksgiving or Christmas. If you can't spare that, all you really have to do is take a nap right before work, during the first half of your lunch break, and then one right after work...see, no excuses.
Ok. I know I put this same picture up a couple days ago - but there's a reason. Someone STOLE my chain last night. I am incapable of taking another picture with the chain now. Here's how the caper went down :
A friend of mine was having a birthday party. Because it was important to me that his party be cool, I lugged over my huge subwoofer, a projector, my laptop, and all the cables and stuff. I also spent a good part of my day downloading music videos. I even skipped a nap to set it up. And it should be said that I hate doing any sort of manual labor, but I carried that subwoofer up the stairs to the party. Ok, so I didn't heal any sick children or anything, but the point is that I made a genuine effort to contribute to this party.
Incidentally, I also wore my chain, hat, and other interesting accoutrements. Of course, throughout the night, many people wanted to try on the chain. Why not? Everyone's got a little gangsta in them, and it's healthy to express that.
I don’t know what you have been doing lately, but at three in the morning last night, I was working on a sales letter.
I don’t write sales letters at three in the morning because I have to, like I’m on some impossible deadline.
And, I don’t write sales letters at three in the morning because I’m so fantastically crazy about sales letters that I cannot spend a moment of my time NOT thinking about sales letters.
Or, um. Yeah, that last one is almost true.