rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


A second night with no evening nap, but this time I hit a wall about ten o'clock. Way too late for a nap, way too early for starting a night's sleep. Thursday night I hit the wall about two o'clock in the morning, which means I got to sleep at a pretty good hour. Today was not too bad, though I didn't get out to the bus-accessible store. I was hoping I might get a ride to Safeway for the Friday sale, but that didn't happen either.

Instead I wandered over to the Goodwill store about four o'clock and found a nice hardbound volume with three Dorothy L. Sayers novels. I do like omnibus editions. I probably won't be reading anything tonight though, that wall having been hit. I'm going to have to do something less likely to make me get sleepier for the next couple of hours. Videos of some sort maybe. I might even risk making a cup of tea, though that could backfire and keep me awake the rest of the night. First I'm going to go out and listen for geese. I haven't heard any yet tonight, and I'd like to know they are around.

Oh, and the 10% chance of showers today turned into 0%. The next possible rain in the forecast is a week from next Tuesday. I'm tired of the dryness, but at least there aren't any huge fires burning right now.

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