I was very (and shockingly) pleased with American Idol last night. I guess I should hop over to The Televisionist and write about it.
Sometimes you start a goal with the best if intentions thinking that with all of the tools available it should be pretty easy to do. Writing here everyday was the idea. Performing it in a practical fashion appears not to be.
I originally thought that with the WordPress app and my iPhone I could easily write in here every day. The logic seemed simple and sound. It’s far easier and less cumbersome than trying to use my laptop on the train. I’m sure it doesn’t do much for my thumbs trying to tap this all out but it doesn’t bother me yet. So what could be the issue?
I’m having a go at this again because they just updated the iPhone app. Prior to this, as can be seen in a fee posts, there was some issue with line breaks. Somehow the app was putting them in prematurely or by it’s own character count standard. This produces a choppy looking article that you then have to fix later. I’m not saying that I don’t have enough time to do this, but we aren’t talking video or audio here so I shouldn’t have to “fix it in post.”
So that’s the deal. This entry was done to see if the issue has been fixed or not. If it hasn’t I will finally bite the bullet and just haul out the ol’ laptop.
Hello, my name is Will Wilkins and my life is controlled by a machine. Allow me to clarify.
I’m one of the many Americans who suffers from sleep apnea. There were many years I spent my days in an exhausted half-awake and zombie like state. Yes I could be lucid but I was in pain the whole time due to the weariness that I felt. After being diagnosed with sleep apnea I received my CPAP machine and I felt human and normal again.
Since moving to our new home in September of last year I have been tired. I should have recognized the fact that I was feeling the same way I did before but I never recognized it. I didn’t acknowledge my extreme dependency on coffee to sustain myself during the day. I basically ignored everything that I had gone through pre-CPAP that I was once again experiencing. Why? I suppose when you are living I’n the moment that is just your reality.
My wife and daughter both mentioned recently hearing me snore. This shouldn’t be possible on a CPAP so on a whim I found out how to review my machines settings. I was both shocked and pleased to see that the air pressure was a full two points lower than my prescribed level. I wasn’t tired and miserable because of me, t was because the machine somehow reset back to the factory defaults.
Needless to say I’m normal again. I didn’t need my coffee this morning, instead I’m sipping and enjoying it.
Quality sleep really is important folks.
Sundays are TV Or Not TV days. Once again nothing really to write here since I’ll be writing somewhere else.
Had a typical Saturday, nothing really that I want to write about. Consider this just an entry I’m doing to make sure that I wrote something in here for the day.