November 12, 2007

This and That

Too many voices just make a steady hum, humming leads to songs, to singing and next thing you know there is a song in my head to replace the voices. I think my own natural chemicals are keeping me high, and songs in my head. I can't focus on anything to write about, the music keeps getting in the way. Soooooooo, I'll just go give myself another jolt of endorphins while I got the music in me. My legs just can't keep still.

Later, got to run. Have you seen my running shoes?

"We gotta get out while were young
`cause tramps like us, baby we were born to run"

Song of the Day: One Time One Night By Los Lobos



angry ballerina said...

My dear Nick,

I shall be e-mailing you my address, bc I WANT WHAT THEY HAVE YOU ON.

Love always,

Angry Ballerina

niCk (Mem Beth) said...

Dearest Angry,

Get up at 3:00 AM, go for a 3-6 Mile run, repeat daily for the next twenty years.

You should see me when I don't get my running fix. The last time I took a break from running, I had severe depression and mood swings. I still get depressed (bipolar, familiar with it?), but not as severe as when I'm not running. It is a mental disorder that I don't recommend, except for the endorphine highs that happen from time to time, it is a nagging obsession. On the upside, I feel great and never have to worry about staying in shape.

I wish I was on something, because then I could stop taking it and get some more sleep. My sleep is even worse when I don't run, so suggesting I stop running is out of the questions. Docs have thrown drugs at me, but I'm too afraid to take them. (I might like them too much)


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