I know you were looking forward to a recap of Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead, but I just haven't gotten around to watching it yet. Besides, I heard it is the season finale (wha...?? it only just started.) and I'm having a hard time accepting it.
Life, in general, got a tad busier.
I have this thing coming up where I am splitting a table with a friend of mine and we are going to sell our wares. Our jewelry, that is. And I have had to spend my "snuggle up with zombies" time putting final touches on necklaces and acorns.
Then I have this other thing tomorrow I'm helping with. It's a forum about disaster preparedness. It's getting religious leaders together and pooling resources in case of emergency. It has the word "epistemic" in the title.
Oh, and you all know about Christmas. Apparently it's just two-and-something weeks away. I'd like to say I have a good handle on things, but I don't like to lie this close to the big day. I do, however, know what I'm getting for others. Those things just aren't on my person. Or in close proximity to my person.
And then there are other little things. Do you know how long it takes to put three layers of clothes on to go outside, only to take them off when you get hot from putting them on? Or, do you know how long it takes to go through the Sunday fliers that now come most days of the week? (you never know when The Christmas Tree Shop is going to start stocking that one product you didn't know you couldn't live without.)
So, in other words, I will get to a zombie recap when I can find a 40-minute chunk of uninterrupted, emotionally vacant time.