+ all -

Excuse me, are you lost? Perhaps you would care to visit the site map



Would you like to comment on this entry?

"Everything counts a little more than we think..."

09 August 2006 Wednesday


slated in moments at 5:58 am

Been away from the computer a fair bit today… eyes are tired of the screen. Will be back on a lot tomorrow though—can’t be helped; much work to get done on deadline.

Did four and a half (delicates don’t take up a full load) loads of laundry today… laundry, with all the steps involved (sorting, loading, transfer to dryer, fold, put away) takes a lot of time.

Went for a walk around the lake with dad—his first walk around the lake since he broke his knee a couple of months ago. The scar is still terrible, but he’s getting better and better.
On the walk, I picked up half a dozen huge mosquito bites around the backs of my legs. I’m a bit confounded by them, cuz I didn’t see them at all on the walk, and Dad didn’t get bitten (he’s usually more likely to be bitten than I am, I think…) and he didn’t see them either… but I felt them from the first quarter of the walk, and they were bright and red and big and apparent by about midway. they’re starting to fade now, but I can still feel and find them easily.

Got a fair bit of my room cleared today.. a bit of breathing room..
MUCH to sort though, in the way of unread mail and tons and tons of various papers.. I should really throw more than half of them out. I will.

Hm. I’m going to start the going to bed process now.. Though I was in bed by a reasonable hour last night, the obscene hours from the night before still had me thrown today, so I’ve been a bit tired (though not sleepy) all day. Hopefully tomorrow will be back on track.

Today was a good day. I ate lots and lots of basil seeds in the good acerola cherry juice. Basil seeds do make me happy.

Subscribe to XML comments feed for this article

If you don't have one (and would like one), get a Gravatar.

Add your comment here:

*Must click Preview first, and your comment will NOT go through until
you hit SUBMIT after previewing. (It's a spam-prevention thing.)
From here you may like to visit the archive, go home,
or page through other journal entries: