rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


It now appears that we might get more rain on Sunday night, but spring is so unpredictable that I'm not counting on it. Today was sunny but chilly, and tomorrow is apt to be the same. I pretty much vegetated after waking up in the early afternoon again. I've been getting six or seven hours of sleep, which doesn't leave me tired enough to get a nap, or to get to sleep any earlier the next night, but a few days of this is likely to leave a deficit that will have unpredictable results. I can imagine passing out at some odd hour and then waking up at some hour even more ungodly. Already feeling a bit punchy. Tonight could even be the night.

The chill in the air didn't stop it from filling up with pollen, so I've got sneezing and a runny nose and a low-grade headache. The pollen might have something to do with my sleep pattern, too, and it is certainly contributing to the overall aches I feel when I wake up, and which continue intermittently throughout the day and into the night. That's one reason I'm hoping for that rain Sunday night. If there's enough of it then Monday might be a pretty good day.

I had canned stuff for dinner, but there are still dishes to be done. I don't want to leave them overnight, so I think I'll go wash them now. I'd have washed them earlier but there were English people murdering one another on television, and I didn't want to miss it.

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