rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,
rejectomorph
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Reset Fifteen, Day Eleven

Wednesday didn't bring any more rain that I know of, though I slept through most of the morning. When I woke near noon there was bright sunlight flooding around the blinds in the bedroom, and though clouds came and went all afternoon there was no more rain. I did hear what sounded like a distant peal of thunder once, but that must have been echoing down from the mountains, as there were very few clouds that I could seen anywhere near the mini-metropolis at that time.

My brain fuzz was not too bad a couple of hours ago, but it's been getting thicker and now I'm finding it very hard to focus on anything. It's about time for me to get back to sleep, I think. The stuff I was thinking about saying has all vanished from my head. I have the impression it was making me sad anyway. Now it's making me sad that I can't remember it. Damned if I do, damned if I don't.

I'm pretty sure I heard seagulls again late Wednesday, but I didn't see them. Maybe they're trying to tell me something.
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