It’s a song. 🙂 But I am slowly, slowly getting a bit better every day. Getting off Prednisone is hard, especially since if you develop withdrawal, which I did thanks to my rheumy, you stay in withdrawal forever according to his PA. So I may have to stay on this for the rest of my life, because I have been trying to get off it since 2013, with no success. Had to check blog to make sure it really was 2013, because brain is vacationing at the moment. Anyway, came across this in one of my posts. “I recently read something on-line, where the hero had been knocked out, and then slowly regained conscientiousness.” Cracked me up.
I am wide awake at 11:54, because I did not get up til 11:30 this morning. Listening to Pentatonix Christmas music. Not THAT early for Christmas music, and I love Pentatonix.
Gertrude is still a joy. She is also why I didn’t get up til 11:30, that and I took a melatonin waaay too late. I was up in the middle of the night because she kept knocking the lamp over. And over. And over. I finally convinced her that this was not one of her better ideas. I have spoons on top of my tv. No, I am not starting a new decorating trend, it’s the only way I could keep her off it. It’s a flat screen and I know it would kill her if it fell on her. Stupid cat has no sense of self-preservation. She is really cute, though. 🙂
That’s all. I am happy to be feeling a bit better finally, and have been singing along to lots of crap I saved on youtube. Sounds of Silence by Disturbed. The theme song from The Detectorists, one of my all-time favorite shows. Suzanne and Hallelulah by the late great Leonard Cohen. There were some blooper vids from The IT Crowd, another favorite. Hilarious, especially the internet episode. It’s a good evening so far. Hope you’re all having a great whatever time it is where you are, too.
The Detectorists Theme Song