[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="201"] ADHD is not “Much Ado About Nothing!”[/caption]
… or about me?
Sometimes it seems like my life is a Shakespearean comedy. Seriously (or not), it seems like every plot has ten subplots and each of them are as convoluted as the plot itself. Watching a poorly done bit of Shakespeare is as bad as being inside my head.
Let me explain
When a low budget Shakespearean production is mounted, the restrictions that are involved are usually time, space and talent. The subtleties of Will’s words, moods and actions need a lot of time and talent to be presented in an understandable way.

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