It's 8:04 pm and I have not posted yet today, and have no plan for a topic, so I am just writing this off the top of my head. It's funny how you can talk (or type) something before you know what you're going to say--presumably your brain actually does know what you're going to say, because it can think faster than you can talk or type, but the other part of your brain that reports to you on what your brain is doing has not yet transcribed the thought, or is doing so in real time. Like the bad instant closed captioning on live events. I wonder if being a translator requires you to disengage that "reporting" part of your brain and just let your lizard comprehending brain hook up directly to your talking/signing/communicating part. Maybe that's what I'm doing now.
OK, that counts as a post! Wow. (That is what Carolyn Hax suggests saying when someone says something really offensive or inappropriate: Wow. I wish I had said that in response to the douchey email I got from some douchey lawyer today.) Tomorrow I will try to plan ahead more.