Not that I’d know. It’s been so long since I was in that state, I don’t even remember how it feels. It’s like trying to remember what it was like to be nineteen. I have plenty to lose, thankfully. But I’m feeling so good today I decided to post on three blogs, as is my wont from time to time, and I’m in the mood for some Janis. Sadly, I couldn’t find a live performance suitable for the blog. I did find Pink, though. And fabulous Pink, at that. This is far and away the best cover of Janis’ “Me and Bobbby McGee” I’ve ever heard. Enjoy!
If you’re interested in seeing what else I posted today, you can find weekend music and a general status update at Sourcerer. I’ve also got the Feminist Friday at Part Time Monster this week.
I’ve managed three real posts this week in addition to the Feminist Friday post: A Doctor Who Review at PTM, a Top Ten Tuesday, and a Banned Books Week Thursday Thirteen. I don’t remember the last time that happened, and it makes me happy.
The Saturday Coffee post is in the queue, Will’s Doctor Who review for tomorrow at Sourcerer is waiting in my inbox, and I have three more posts written except for the part where I sit down and type them out. As of this minute, I also have all day free tomorrow. Which is a roundabout way of saying that unless the Universe deals me a joker in the next 18 hours, I’M BACK!!!
The photoblogging has suffered a bit this week, but only because I’ve not spared a moment from the writing to crop and load photos. The photos will be back in short order.
I know I’ve probably left a few people hanging on some things over the past few weeks. I’m sorry about that — I don’t typically operate that way, but life got away from me and I wasn’t keeping good notes. I’ll try and touch base with everyone in the next week or so.
Now I’m going to answer a few comments and visit a few blogs. Then I’m headed to Twitter to reestablish my presence @Sourcererblog. Join me over there in a couple of hours if you’ve a mind. And while you’re here, what do you think about this idea for a series? A memoir with two threads — one thread is chronological and begins with my first memory, the other is a set of vignette-type pieces that are based on things I’ve actually experienced, but turned into creative nonfiction and told in no particular order. What about that?
Have a happy weekend, and feel free to treat this as an open thread. Or not, as you see fit. 🙂 😉 🙂 😀