Fred A Levy Haskell (fredcritter) wrote,
Fred A Levy Haskell
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Crap

Awoke, had a bowl of cereal, went back to bed. Didn't reset the alarm. Susan didn't notice I'd gone back to bed. Right around the time I like to leave for work she wondered and woke me. Threw on clothes (luckily "on" equaled "me" instead of "floor"), took the meds I probably should have taken when I first got up, and dashed out the door. F*ck*ng cold. Resisted the urge to drive the car off the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue bridge into the Mighty Mississippi River. Resisted other similar urges. Walked into work within the acceptable range of late. Found a maelstrom of trouble to shoot. Trying to hang in there but would rather … well … if I were asleep I wouldn't notice those worse inclinations.

But I will survive.

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