rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


I happened to look out a back window just as the rising moon lifted from the pine trees. Despite some thin and scattered clouds, the landscape is flooded with moonlight. There is to be rain again tomorrow, but tonight the world glows and shimmers, almost as though already wet.

The brightness almost makes up for the fact that I missed almost the entire day. Though awake from about elven o'clock until one o'clock, I otherwise saw only thin slivers of daylight just after dawn and just before sunset.

Tomorrow will have to be different, as I'm going to get my head yanked about by the chiropractor. The headaches I've had for the last few days make it essential that I not miss the appointment. But I'm not even slightly sleepy yet, so I don't know when I'll get to sleep, and thus have no idea how late I'll wake up tomorrow. I should probably have arranged a wake up call, just in case. Too late now.

I'll be glad when my sleep schedule returns to something resembling normal. If it ever does. If not, everything is going to get very weird indeed.

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