I'm amazed I have any followers left. I have just been awful about keeping up here. Well, new year, new resolve. I hope.
Now, let's see where we left off in the dim mists of antiquity.
We had Thanksgiving, of course, and I finally got the number of green beans right...that was exciting. Unfortunately, I forgot to make a note of how many green beans I actually bought, so I'm going to have to go through the whole damn thing again next year. Ah, well...I'm sure the number of eaters will change anyway, so it doesn't make a whole lot of difference.
Then (logically enough), we had Christmas, which wended its usual path through lobsters on Christmas Eve and roast beef for Christmas Day. Nothing new there, either. Sarah, God bless her, bought me a new ironing board...I had asked her to please take down my board and put it away, and she discovered that it no longer folded...so she told me it had to go and removed it and bought me a new one. Yay! You understand I haven't done any of the huge piles of ironing I've got yet...mainly because I haven't gone anywhere that required actual ironed grownup clothing. Actually, I haven't gone anywhere.
I did, however, achieve an actual manager for my career! This is also not going anywhere at the moment...she wants me to take an improv class, which I'm perfectly willing and ready to do...as soon as I get the necessary $350 together to pay for the damn thing. What I need to do is call the class, for God's sake, and find out about payment plans.
However, I was hit with the flu from hell right after New Year's Eve and am just coming back to life...my God, I've never had anything last so damn long. I was only really SICK for a couple of days, but I just couldn't get out of bed. Yuck. Now I just cough incessantly.
I haven't done a movie, I haven't done a TV show, and even my ambulance chasing lawyer is ignoring me...another reason why that damn $350 is looming rather large.
And you are now all as up to date as I am...bored and coughing, although I hope nobody's coughing.
Now I'm going to watch Danny Kaye in Hans Christian Andersen, which is one of my favorite movies ever. It's almost never on TV, so tonight I'm even skipping Downton Abbey (which I can get online anyhow). Yay, Danny Kaye!