rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


It's easy to get sunshine on a cool day. Today's megadose of vitamin D will probably get a boost tomorrow, as it will be cool and sunny again. This is a real luxury in late May, which gets pretty warm most years. Sitting in the sun on warm days gets uncomfortable, but on a cool day it is very pleasant. The sound of rustling leaves and chirping birds is very relaxing on such a day. In fact, I got so relaxed that I nodded off a couple of times and almost fell out of my chair. That would probably not have been a good thing, even though the lawn was under the chair. There's ground under the lawn, and the ground is quite hard. I haven't yet had enough vitamin D this year to reduce the risk of breaking a bone should I hit that grass with the ground under it.

But I escaped the threat that sleepiness and gravity made, and went inside and fell asleep on the couch instead. So far I've never fallen off of that. It's unfortunate that being indoors made me miss the rest of the sunshine and fresh air, as the day was just a little too chilly to allow me to open the windows. Two degrees more would have been sufficient. I'll probably get something close to the ideal temperature on Friday, and I'm looking forward to it. Even one perfect day would do much to improve my mood. As long as I don't end up sleeping through it.

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