rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,
rejectomorph
flying_blind

Losing Track

The day went off on its own it seems, and I lost track of it. Now it's coming back to scold me tonight. Why did you let it get so late? Mea culpa, I'm sure. But it was so balmy this afternoon and I couldn't stay focused on anything. Now I need to get the wheelie bins out, because tomorrow is trash day. Tomorrow is also chiropractor day, and I have to go get my head yanked at four o'clock in the afternoon. I hope there's enough time after that to stop at the store and pick up the things I forgot on Sunday.

Plus the Internet connection was behaving so badly this evening that I finally called AT&T, and they have set up a visit from the lineman tomorrow morning, which means I need to get some sleep tonight. I wasn't actually expecting them to send someone so soon, and when I approved the appointment window, in my surprise at the unexpected promptness, I totally forgot about the chiropractor. I suppose I could have canceled the telephone guy later (there's no way I'd cancel the chiropractor) when I remembered, but I don't like to do things like that, so I'll just deal with whatever happens.

In the meantime the night is now wasting away as the day did. Time to get it together.
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