I finally understand why we human beings are all worn out.
Last night during House, they had this thing they call their "House Call" which is a medical tidbit for those of us who have not leapt from the sofa in search of snacks during the commercial break.
According to last night's House Call, scientists believe that human beings experience 50,000 thoughts per day - which breaks down to over 2,000 thoughts per minute.
I'm exhausted even thinking about the 5,000+ thoughts that have raced through my brain since I started this post.
So the next time you get snotty with yourself for feeling worn out, just tell yourself to shut up as you clearly have a lot on your mind!
Of course, there are other reasons one might get tired.
Take me, for example. I believe I posted a few days ago that I was trying to get my house back in order as it had fallen apart during my convalescense. (Yes, I'm sure I misspelled that word, but I'm too tired to go look it up.)
Here are but a few pictures of what's been going on in my "absence." Forgive the blurry pictures - my hand was shaking from the sheer trauma of it all.
The Pass-Through - the kitchen looks bad enough without this new definition of suburban sprawl.
The dining room table with some of the family room in the background. I believe these are boxes of stuff for the Goodwill - which is a good thing. (It will be an even better thing once they actually make it out the door.)
Horrific, isn't it? I'm afraid that I've got slobs for roommates. The older one is actually making progress as he ages, but the younger one is A Nightmare.
There really ought to be a 12-step program out there for this....