The Making of a Morning Person (Day 10)

Stop Laughing


My body finally stepped in. Woke up this morning at 5am feeling not tired, but actually ill. Angry, tickling roots of a migraine tentacling out from my basal ganglia. Woof. Back to bed, after lots of liquids and ibuprofen. Thankfully, it could have been much, much worse. I regained consciousness a few times during the day, feeling woozy and rock-crusher-headed, focusing long enough to suck back more water and drugs. By the time I was feeling like a real person, it was almost 4pm, and I hadn’t called my lady friend regarding date numero deux.

Ed’s Note: Hey Josh’s Mom, play it cool here. This is only the second date. Don’t start baking or anything.

All the things I’d hoped to do with the day went undone, but the date was most excellent.

Ed’s Note: OK, maybe just some banana bread.

We went to the Crossroads Market to see the Loose Moose‘s Gorilla Theatre improv performance. It’s similar to that TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? only live and in your face. If you have improv in your local community, do yourself a solid and go see it. It’s probably cheaper than a movie and it’s ten times the entertainment.

Ed’s Note: Plus, every time you spend a dollar in a big box theatre, God kills a kitten.

My mind was racing while I was watching it, and now I’m starting to think about going to an improv school over the summer. Can anybody spare $1200+? OUCH!

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  1. #1 by Anonymous - April 6th, 2006 at 14:39

    Glad to see the website back working. Good job on the redesign. Give it up son. You will never be a morning person until you have children!
    PS You would be great at improv.
    Stacy says you gave her some awesome help with her website. Thanks for your help.
    Mom

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