Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Crazy Tired

Every few minutes I have to remind myself what day it is. Wednesday, right?

We had an absolute blast at the Last Comic Standing auditions in New York on Monday but it was a grueling day.

Yesterday, we walked several miles from our hotel near Wall Street to Madison Square Garden (this substituted as a workout) to catch our bus back home. Seeing all those eager workers strolling past the hole still left by the World Trade Center gave me hope for our country. Americans will never go down without a fight. Our government may, but our people won't.

We had averaged three hours sleep a night for several days so we were walking zombies. But, we still managed to find the energy to go see Michael Medved, Bill Bennett and Michael Gallagher have a good-natured debate at the Keswick Theater just outside Philadelphia. Again, it gave me hope for our country.

Today, I have my first physical therapy session. I have a feeling I'm not going to do well. About an hour ago, I was so tired and unsteady, I walked into a wall.

This should be fun.

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