rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Weird and Maundery

Weird sleeping hours again. It's especially weird when I fall asleep in front of the television and repeatedly wake up and see parts of something, then fall asleep again and then wake up again and something else is on. Very disorienting. I'm glad everyday reality doesn't have that sort of discontinuity.

It's very quiet out tonight. I'll probably go back to sleep fairly soon, and when I wake up it might be raining again, but then it might not rain until afternoon. I'm going to try very hard to remember to have some tea and biscotti tomorrow this afternoon. In fact this entry will serve as a reminder to do so, if I get to it early enough. Now I only have to remember to read LJ before going to some other web site.

My big toe with the ingrown nail hurts. I don't know if it's because of the ingrown nail or if I'm developing gout. I've sort of been expecting gout to show up eventually because other people in my family have had it. I hope it doesn't keep me awake. I'd sort of like to get to sleep and then wake up about nine o'clock in the morning. Then I'd be ready for tea and biscotti by noon, and could just skip lunch.

But I maunder. Time to shut this down.

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