rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Crepitude Setting In

All night, the clouds avoided the moon. I could barely see their vague shapes lurking at the edge of the sky, while the half moon glared from the void. Then, just as the morning became bright enough to turn the moon dim, the clouds repopulated the entire sky. At least they made for a nice sunrise, with lavender and pale rose and then bright orange. It made up for the lack of a good sunset last night, but not for the lack of a moonlit cloudscape all night.

I was sitting on the floor watching television last night, that being my usual position, and when I got up, my knee went all emo on me, shrieking (metaphorically, of course) with despair. It was a vary sharp pain, accompanied by an audible creaking, and it turned out not to be a one-time deal. It happened every time I got up from the floor for the rest of the night. I hope I don't have to start sitting in chairs. I've never liked chairs very much. If it doesn't sort itself out soon, I suppose I should consult a doctor. But I probably won't. I'll just put up with the emo knee until I can't stand it any more, and then succumb to the normal seated posture of the common non-Japanese herd. I don't much mind aging, but I wish my joints didn't have to do it too.

Sleep, probably, after some tossing and turning. Man, my schedule is way screwed!

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