rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Sultry and muggy. Sultry is common enough, but muggy is rare here. I'm wondering how people who live in muggy climates manage to survive. How do they not just dissolve into pools of fatty sweat with floating bones? For a while, it felt as thought here might be a nice thunderstorm, but the clouds have undifferentiated themselves back into a mass of dense overcast of the sort which seldom produces rain.
I'm making iced tea. Maybe that will help.

I've also decided to make another appointment with the chiropractor for a week from tomorrow. I still feel fairly uncomfortable, but I don't know if it is merely lingering soreness from the previous adjustments, or if something is still out of place. A week ought to give me time to sort it out. In the meantime, I continue to not do anything strenuous or physically tedious, such as sitting at the computer too long. Just as well. Air conditioning doesn't go well with muggy days, so I'm letting Sluggo suffer the heat. He will rebel momentarily, I'm sure. I'm going to take my tea outdoors and see if I can catch a faint breeze.

  • Reset Sixteen, Day Thirty-Nine

    The predicted high temperature for Sunday keeps inching up. Today's forecast has it at 75. It's the middle day of a three-day spring, all three days…

  • Reset Sixteen, Day Thirty-eight

    Somewhere in the apartment there's a cake mix. I got it some time ago, and planned on getting a couple of pans to bake it in, but never got around to…

  • Reset Sixteen, Day Thirty-seven

    All day Wednesday I stayed home. So, it was like every other day these days. Around ten o'clock in the evening I started feeling very sleepy,…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.