The second "I" that went through my head was "isinglass" , as in, imagine me singing, hopefully on key, "Surrey with the Fringe on Top" from Oklahoma!, ..."with isinglass curtains you can roll right down, in case there's a change in the weah-ther", but, I couldn't imagine an entire blog on isinglass. (Yes, I realize that is one crazy, long sentence.) I'm not even sure what isinglass is, and I'm sure I could look it up in the dictionary, but that would require me getting up from my chair, looking for my reading glasses, searching for the dictionary, bringing it back to the desk, then painstakingly reading then typing each word. I'm much too lazy to do that. Oh I know there is this new-fangled thing called "google", but I'm afraid that if I start googling, I'll get distracted, and may never get back here. So, you'll have to look it up yourself if you really want to know.
Then I remembered that I've been having this little problem with insomnia. But then again, it's not that interesting of a topic. Here's what happens. I go to sleep, with no problem. But, for the past two nights, at precisely 2:00 A.M. I wake up because one or both of my hands has gone numb. Usually, this is a temporary annoyance, with the numbness going away after 30 minutes or so. But, lately, they stay numb for hours. I've tried sleeping while sitting up and letting my arms dangle, but it doesn't help. The first night, with hands still numb, and wide awake at 4 A.M. I decided to get up and to a little organizing of my
So, in honor of the letter "I", I give you...