Everyone’s Tired

I don’t know what it is today, but everyone seems tired. Not just me and Eva (we’re used to that), but a lot of the people at CubeSpace. Not only that, but there are fewer people than usual at CubeSpace today, making me think that many people just didn’t have the energy to come in at all (it is possible that I’m projecting here).

There is a profound lack of energy today. It’s quiet, as though making noise requires too much work. The phones are ringing less, suggesting that pushing the buttons might be excessive labor for the mood of the day. People are so tired that this is what I’m trying to pass for humor.

It’s sort of a shame that there aren’t more people at CubeSpace today, because we are dying eggs and doing an Easter Egg hunt. I sort of have a feeling I may be spending a lot of time trying to find the eggs which we hid yesterday.

OK, I just tried and failed to add some pictures of hidden easter eggs, but it completely failed. In fact, it crashed my computer. So we’re done with that now.

I apologize for the lack of material in this post. In the meantime, be amused by the idea of the rabbi with a business filled with Easter Eggs which need finding.

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2 Responses to “Everyone’s Tired”

  1. Erich Richter Says:

    Greetings, Dave!

    Found your blog today… the 3/19 entry about being tired recalled the current (Winter 2008) issue of “Parabola” magazine about the virtue of silence and how one finds silence in the modern world. It made for very interesting reading.

    Good luck on the socks. 🙂

  2. Erich Richter Says:

    Sorry, Spring 2008 issue.


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