rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


I forgot that English people were murdering one another on PBS tonight and missed the early part of the homicide show. I ended up seeing only one attempted murder and one suicide, because the main murder had already taken place. This is so disappointing. The computer is at fault, really, for running so slowly all evening. In my frustration I lost track of time.

I've also lost track of dinner, and will have to go fix some soon. All I've eaten today is a couple of granola bars, plus a glass of orange juice and two glasses of iced tea.

It wasn't really warm enough to be drinking iced tea, but I got impatient and didn't want to wait for the warmer weather to show up. There was plenty of bright sunshine, though, so I was able to look out the window and pretend it was hot out there and that I had my air conditioning running. It worked pretty well. I hardly shivered at all while drinking the iced tea.

Checking the ten day forecast on the weather web site I see that the coldest day coming up will have a high of 65, which is only a bit cooler than today was, but the hottest will get up to 83. A string of nights dropping to 49 starts Saturday, which is a bit warmer than it will be tonight and tomorrow night, but then there will be some nights in the fifties and a couple that stay in the sixties, so April is definitely going to get springy. No more rain is in sight. It makes me sad to think that I might not see a good rain again until fall, or even next winter.

There is a can of chili calling me, telling me I don't have to cook tonight. I'm going to listen to it.

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