rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


A clear, hot afternoon became overcast, and the sultry gray evening brought a tropical feeling to the woodlands. Despite the look of the sky and the feel of the air there was never any real likelihood of rain. Too bad. There's been so little stormy weather this summer. I'd enjoy a nice thunderstorm before the cooler rains of autumn set in-- assuming there's any rain at all this autumn, as some years there isn't.

I'm not positive, but I think my joints might be slightly less stiff today than they've been lately. It would be nice if I could finally see an end to feeling crappy every day. It's been terribly distracting, having one thing after another go wrong. I've still got a bit of lingering headache for an hour or two each day. Head yanking tomorrow, so that might diminish it still further. I don't know how long it'll take me to get my brain functioning normally again, though, or even if that will happen. It's less certain than the rain. I'll have to wait and see, and deal with however it turns out. I just don't want things to stay as they are. This has been the crappiest summer I can remember.

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