I’m turning over a new leaf.
I’ve turned over all the old ones, so I’m left with new ones.
Well, this one, anyway.
It’s actually not a really new leaf. It’s a November-2006-in-America version of an old one.
Of course, you are wondering why I’m telling you all this stuff about leaf turning. Well, boys and girls. Blogs aren’t just about the deadly serious. They’re also about the lighthearted foolishness of the blog writer.
And, the deadly serious foolishness of the blog writer. But, you would never think that I’m a deadly serious fool, would you?
Of course not.
But back to my leaf turning.
I’m getting up at 5 a.m. on Sunday.
That’s it. That’s the big turning of the leaf. Annnnnd, I’m gonna do it on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and even Friday (if feel like it). Saturday? Saturdays are for laying around and doing nothing serious.
No. I’m not going Shomer Mitzvot (keeper of laws). I’m not becoming Shabbat Shomer (Sabbath Keeper). I’m just getting back to the rhythmn that I’m used to. The one that makes me a consistant blogger and makes me productive.
So, 5 a.m., Sunday to Thursday (and even Friday).
You can take the boy out of Israel, but ya ain’t gonna take Israel out of the boy.