rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Today I slept a lot, and then watched television a lot, and then did some very time consuming stuff on the Internets, and now it's almost midnight and I didn't get around to noting that the gray sky that prevailed through the morning was splendid, and that the afternoon turned sunny, and that the moon that lately rose, though waning and gibbous, looked impressively full. There was actually a bit more rain this morning, and some distant thunder that made it sound like the clouds were purring.

Tomorrow it starts warming up, and I might even get to have the windows open for a while, and by Wednesday I'll be able to open them for sure, and then do so for the remainder of the week. Odds are that today's was the last rain we'll see this spring, though I do hope for a bit more. For now the yard is looking very green, and the first of the Shasta daisies has bloomed. There should be quite a few blooming by the end of the week. I'm still waiting on the gardenias, of course. When it's warm enough to have the windows open at night I want some perfume drifting in.

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