To post or not to post, that is the question.
See what I did there? See, I’m in a Shakespeare play, and I took a well-known Shakespeare quote and modified it to fit the situation at hand. And if you say, “But you’re not in Hamlet,” I shall say, “Don’t be so didactic.”
I guess the question is not so much “to post or not to post?” as “to post now or later?” Obviously I am GOING to post. I post every day. It’s in my nature, it’s what I do (that’s a family quote; long story and possibly not as cute as we think it is). I am sitting here in the increasing warmth and humidity, waiting for time to pass till my ride picks me up for the closing performance of Much Ado About Nothing. I have a few things I must do before that happens, but not many and I’m stalling.
So do something useful, I can see you gearing up to suggest. Who, me? Be useful? Excuse me, have we met? In fact I did one marginally useful thing: I ironed Hawaiian shirts for Steven and me to wear to the cast party later today. I do love a nicely pressed Hawaiian shirt, and I only recently obtained an ironing board to replace the one that perished in the flood of 2013. I’ve been making do with a towel on the table. As you may imagine, under those circumstances I only iron what I absolutely must.
As I ironed the shirts, I pondered the appropriateness of it. After all, Hawaiian shirts are synonymous with leisure, relaxing and parties. Is it appropriate to labor over them with a hot steam iron? But the question was not “To iron or not to iron” (see what I did there?). The shirts needed ironing. They will now look awesome at the cast party.
I see that I have babbled on for over 300 words. I call that quite respectable for a Wrist to Forehead Sunday. Then again, is a Wrist to Forehead Sunday ever quite respectable? I must leave these questions to ponder another time. Right now I’m going to look over my lines and check if my costume needs ironing as well. Happy Sunday, everyone.
Oh and once again, Much Ado About Nothing, Sterzinar Park, Canal Place, Little Falls, 3 p.m. Be there, aloha!