rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,
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Reset Twenty-Two, Day Six

Monday brought more sleep, this time from about one o'clock in the afternoon until just after six in the evening. The one advantage of that was that I slept through most of the hottest part of the day, and the evening soon grew cooler after sunset. Right now it feels almost chilly outside, so I've been spending a lot of time out there. There's still plenty of heat ahead over the next couple of weeks, and probably beyond, so I wan to enjoy the coolness while I can.

There was an avocado sandwich for dinner, but the avocado was past its prime and partly unusable. I forgot I had one again, and it got overripe. Disorganization. I went rummaging through the larder to see if there was anything else I'd forgotten that might go bad. There are some onions I ought to use up soon. I have no idea what to make with them. Onion soup, perhaps.

Anyway, my brain is still quite fuzzy tonight and I suspect I'll be going back to sleep fairly soon, as I'm certainly not thinking anything. Thinking keeps me awake. Given the quality of my thought for the last eleven hours or so I ought to have no trouble going comatose. I've been almost there all evening.
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