rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Cool Adjustment

My neck had gotten stiffer than I'd thought since my last appointment with the chiropractor, but I'm adjusted now. I think maybe I need to actively practice some relaxation techniques. It's been a long time since I've done that regularly, and the muscular tension that builds up is probably contributing to the misbehavior of those vertebrae. Of course it would be easier to do the relaxation exercises if I didn't have cats ready to hop onto me every time I laid down on my back.

It did not seem hideously hot today. The temperature is rising just a bit each day, so I'm like the frog that's getting slowly boiled. The biggest jump is going to come from Thursday to Friday, and Friday night is when the higher nocturnal temperatures also kick in, so my guess is that by Saturday I'll know about the boiling and won't be at all happy about it. It's probably a good thing, then, that I'm probably going to go shopping on Friday (92 degrees) again this week instead of Sunday (100 degrees and following an overnight low of 73 (73!) degrees.)

But I don't want to think about that now. It's too horrible. I want to think about how pleasantly cool the air is flowing through my window tonight. I want to think about how nice it's going to be to sleep under a blanket tonight, probably for one of the last times for quite some time. I'm going to miss that when summer comes breathing its hot air down my neck.

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