Weather: Sticky and wet. Dries the pavement, rains again
Sleep: So far absolutely none. Can't get my mind to shut off
Mood: Conflicted, depressed, still way irritable
Plans: Try to hide all the issues running through my brain from my family. I need to clean the house, but it probably won't get done unless someone else does it. I need to finish the wall mural STILL. I'll figure out something for lunch and dinner. And given no sleep factoring in, maybe nap for a bit.
Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
Weather: Hot. Nuff said. Could really use some rain.
Sleep: A little short, but hanging in there.
Mood: Okay. Hopeful.
Plans. Watching tv with hubbie, he works late tonight, may walk up to the office and play on their computer for a while. Game I like to play uses too many gigs. Don't really know what I'm gonna do. Hope everyone has a good day.
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