Sunday, April 19, 2009

You know you're tired when...

...you find yourself falling asleep during choir practice, and you are the accompanist.



Oh yes, I did.


And I was playing parts at the time.





At least no one caught me.

13 comments:

Carrot Jello said...

You are dedicated.

Millie said...

That's pretty tired, all right.

Queen Scarlett said...

You are TALENTED!!!

lefty said...

This is a great blog. I found it through my cousin, Carrot Jello's blog.

I almost fell asleep today at church during the talk: my husband's talk. With two loud children at my side. Aw-kward!

Sister Pottymouth said...

Carrot: I don't know about dedicated...maybe insane?

Millie: You can say that again.

QS: {blush} Gosh, thanks!

lefty: Welcome, cousin of Carrot! I'm glad you stayed awake. Because, you know, that would be kind of awkward when the hubby asks, "So, how was my talk?" and you have to say, "Well, uh, I don't remember."

Mrs. Organic said...

Now that's talent! I don't know many people who can play in their sleep.

Sister Pottymouth said...

Mrs. O: I don't either. But, apparently, I may be one of them.

NiHao said...

Maybe the choir needs to take lessons from the Holy Rollers and play/sing something a bit more upbeat...lol

Elizabeth-W said...

I'm impressed!! Impressed that you can play during fits of narcolepsy.
Ask your dr for some provigil :)

Sister Pottymouth said...

NiHao: Can you picture Sister Dennis singing Holy Roller music? I think not.

Elizabeth: Nothing that going to bed at a reasonable hour wouldn't fix...(serves me right for staying up until 1 am the night before).

Eric & Marsha Joss & Girls said...

Wow...I can fall asleep mid sentence while talking to Eric. I've never fallen asleep at the piano though. You need more sleep.

The Daredevil Mom said...

I feel your sheepishness. I've dozed off while actually singing during choir practice. Sunday is just an exhausting day.

Physcokity said...

Nice! That usually happens to me when I don't find what I'm doing interesting enough to keep me mentally occupied. Props to you for no one finding out.