This is My Brain. This is My Brain on Thursdays.

  1. Today I sat through day one of marathon meetings…from 9 am to 4:30 pm. Tomorrow, 10 am to 5 pm.
  2. Last night, I had weird dreams about RVs and sharks swimming over me and then I woke up so tense that my shoulders and my neck have been hurting all day.
  3. My brain functions mainly on caffeine.
  4. Around 10:30 am, I developed a headache, which is very rare for me. It is still with me tonight, after a very delightful 12-hour work day. Sah-weet!
  5. I didn’t get enough caffeine today.
  6. Or was it too much caffeine?
  7. It’s definitely something to do with caffeine, and probably not because of lack of sleep or bad posture.
  8. Here is a haiku to caffeine.

Caffeine, I love you
Coffee, Coke and espresso
You complete my life.

Now, had it not been a Thursday, I would have come up with a much better haiku. I’ll try to do better tomorrow.

Peace, love, and good-lord-just-let-me-survive-until-the-weekend,

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