Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
mrissa

daylight

Not at all the weekend we expected, but these things do happen. I am so far fluless. I am staying hydrated and eating vitamin-y things in hopes that there will be some kind of talisman effect to ward this bug off me. We will see how markgritter is doing when he wakes up as to what useful stuff I can manage today around taking care of him.

I woke up at 4:40, with that thoroughly-awake kind of waking where you know you can roll over all you want but will just lie there thinking of things and might as well get up. I never enjoy autumn Daylight Savings changes. I don't wake up to the alarm, so it's not that the alarm goes off later. I wake up at the same time and have to struggle to shift my schedule later so that I'm not going to bed at 9:30 and killing any hopes of ever having a social life again.

Time to be useful, as long as I'm going to be awake. Day off, hah.
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