rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


I'm not sure I can tell today apart from yesterday. They are blending together in my memory— same weather, same reruns on television, same sore arse from sitting at the computer too long. I think I ate a different lunch, but I can't remember which lunch was yesterday's and which was today's. Maybe it wasn't different. Maybe I'm remembering Monday's lunch.

I don't remember last night's dinner, either, but I know it wasn't anything Chinese, so in a last-ditch effort to differentiate today I think I'll microwave one of the Chinese things I bought Sunday. Tomorrow is supposed to have pretty much the same weather as today, so I'll have to think of something that will differentiate it, too. The last of the frozen lasagnas? That might make me think tomorrow was part of last week, though. Maybe I ought to just give up on the idea that I'll ever be able to keep track of the passage of time again.

Oh, rats, I forgot to go look at the supermarket web sites again. No wonder I didn't know it was Wednesday.

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