rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Although it got a bit warmer today, it wasn't yet quite warm enough to have the windows open. It might be for a while tomorrow, but it definitely will be on Saturday. I expect a lot of lawn mowing will be going on around the neighborhood on Saturday,t hough, so I might have to keep opening and closing them as the gasoline fumes drift about.

I'm also expecting that the pollen will be kicking in very soon. So far the coolness has let me avoid sneezing very much, but this blessed condition will never last. Happily, the oaks shed their pollen during a mostly cool time, so I avoided that hazard. I probably won't be so lucky when my greatest nemesis, the pine trees, start up.

It looks like I'll be able to avoid a huge grocery bill for the last shopping day of the month, too. Neither store has any compelling specials this week. That will give me a running start on May.

Oops. I went off to fix dinner and totally forgot that I hadn't finished this post. Then I fell asleep in front of the television and didn't wake up for almost four hours. It would probably be smart of me to give up on the idea of ever having a regular sleep schedule again. Then I could be pleasantly surprised whenever I din't do something weird.

Oh well.

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