Today started out OK.

The show last night was amazing. Exactly what I needed. Unfortunately, it didn’t last.

I didn’t get a ton of sleep, and that’s part of the reason why I gave myself a one-day break from running. It was still a good morning, though.

I know when it started, but I’m not sure why it continued. But by the middle of the afternoon, my mood had rapidly spiraled. Getting through the rest of the day at work with something that resembled a smile was tough. Coming home and trying not to be annoyed with everything and everyone has been harder.

By the end of the day, I was questioning everything. And feeling confident about nothing. I try to tell myself that this isn’t me. But sometimes it is.

It’s 10 o’clock. I am stopping now, and going to bed. I’ll run when I get up. I’ll finish some work stuff that I’m in no mood to tackle now. I’ll get ready to go to Columbus.

And I hope this will be past.


  1. “I try to tell myself this isn’t me. But sometimes it is.”

    Ya know, I say this as one of your fans and one of your friends: You don’t have to be Happy Crappy all the time. Because that would be unnatural. Your public face (so to speak) is of a very jovial, easy-going, fun-loving guy. But even Uncles have bad days, and — speaking for myself — I think it’s totally cool to cop to that. Also, you don’t always have to have a reason to be in a bad mood. Bad moods happen.

    So here’s a big virtual hug, and I hope you feel better. And have a great trip to C-bus!


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