Preparing for the fair
I’m feeling better today.
Most of the depression passed during the night. It usually does, for which I am grateful. The worst are the ones that just hang on for days, and during that time you often just wish you were dead. I always feel sorry for those who are subject to extreme depression, because sometimes they resort to suicide as their only means of relief.
But to business. I decided to put together a special page, dedicated to the fair. Figured that would be better than allowing it to crowd out many of my other projects. If a newspaper can dedicate a special section to such an event, why can’t I on my website.
I got in touch with Pat Robinson today, and he agreed to post my videos of the fair on his Facebook page. I also called and left a message with Tom Henry, but as usual he’s a bit hard to get a hold of. I’m going to have to track him down.
I figure this will be a good opportunity to get the word about about what I’m doing. There’s a lot of local interest in the fair, so people will be more inclined to check it out.
Other than that I took it easy. I know that the next five days are going to be pretty hectic, and often intense, so I’m going to take my time and gather my strength.
Okay, once again, it’s now time for today’s bad joke. I think this one is rather appropriate, given the fact that its almost time for the kids to return to classes.
A sign located next to a school read: “Please don’t run over our children.”
Underneath some kid wrote: “Wait for a teacher.”