rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


I was right about the lilies blooming while I slept yesterday. The number open just about doubled in eight hours. More will open today, though perhaps not quite so many. There were fewer and fewer stars visible as the night passed. A haze has formed which may turn to clouds. There might even be a bit of rain, I suppose. It will wash the pollen from the air for awhile, but it probably won't get too cold, so I'll be able to leave the windows open without the risk of sneezing myself deaf. What I'd most like to do, though, is go somewhere. Spring fever is giving me cabin fever. Even if it rains, it's still going to be too nice an afternoon to be stuck in this house. Can't get away, though. Stuff to do, old people to look after. I'll probably end up doing something like making random Google image searches and finding things like the web sites of Greek foundries. Such things are either what keeps me from going crazy, or evidence that it's too late. Oh, it's too late.

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