rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Reset Sixteen, Day Thirty-four

Late snack of cinnamon toast and chocolate milk. Hot cocoa might have been better, but I was impatient, and lazy. A shot of brandy might have been a nice addition, but it didn't occur to me soon enough. Something else that didn't occur to me soon enough was to plug my phone in to recharge, and now the battery is empty again and I have to wait for it to get juicy before I can post this entry. Well, that gives me more time to write on it. The problem is that my head is as empty as my battery, and I need Internet to find something to fill it with again. Internet is my brain recharger. It doesn't work very well, but it's all I've got anymore. I need to see the weather report!

Although the weather report sometimes lies. It lied about Sunday, which didn't bring any rain. True, the prediction was only of a 60% chance of rain, but 0% rain means that the forecast turned out to be 60% false. It is now saying there is a 40% chance of showers on Tuesday and at 35% chance on Wednesday. I won't hold my breath waiting.

As you can se by the latest weather information my Internet is back. The time went fast as I nodded off, which suggests that I'm getting tired, which means I ought to be getting to bed. It's really, really late again, and I ought to have wound down long since. I'm afraid it's going to be another day of waking up late. It feels like I've got a headache coming on, probably due to squinting at the screen too long. Tedious.

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