A Lazy Evening with X-Files and “Better Book Titles.”

Oh my Gods, I feel so out of it today.  I’ve decided I just have too much going on.  I’m taking it as a blessing that the local zumba classes have been cancelled until Fall.  One less thing not to feel guilty about putting off today.  I felt like a zombie at work.  I kind of feel like I’m coming down with something again, but I’m sure it’s just allergies.  Northern NY has been covered in pollen recently.  Well, pollen and rain, rain, rain.  So I don’t really know.  I guess I could have a little cold.  Otherwise I’m just so tired.  I’ve decided to put off my retreat day until the weekend when I have more energy and actual time.  I really dislike doing retreats during the week.  They feel rushed and less productive…  I would rather take a Saturday or Sunday and give it my all.  I have been doing my daily shrine rite.  I’ve been practicing my visualization techniques and am getting better and better.

Anyway…

Tonight is definitely a soup and sweatpants kind of night.  Also a night for watching X-files and giggling at this amazing blog: Better Book Titles.  I was cracking up during my lunch break looking at some of these.  Fellow bibliophiles and mythology nerds will love it!  Enjoy this sample.

Published by M. A. Phillips

An author and Druid living in Northern NY.

3 thoughts on “A Lazy Evening with X-Files and “Better Book Titles.”

  1. We all need the self-prescribed days of rest. We can only do so much without them.

    That site is awesome! It reminded me of the “…in Your Pants” game where you tack on “In your pants” at the end of book titles. For instance – “The Hobbit In your pants” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IORFlwNJ7H8 (has a lot more examples.)

  2. I have also been feeling that way and have been unsure as to why…I don’t really feel sick, but I don’t feel well. I’m tired and totally drained with a few other symptoms…perhaps it’s the pollen-weather combo. Either way, I hope you feel better soon and that your rest helps you out a bit!!!

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