Friday, October 29, 2010

good morning

sometimes I come home from work and I'm tired and I just want to not think. I watch an episode or two or three of a show that entertains and nothing else. I eat dinner, which is the most thinking I do for a few hours. I sequester myself in silence and artificial life. and then I slowly emerge from the break I've given myself. I want to do things, I want to talk to people, I want to be brilliant again. the only problem is that this usually happens close to the world's bedtime. I'm not going to pick up the phone. I lurk online--gmail, facebook--hoping someone will say hi. I never say hi first. because you might be just about to sign off.


I just realized that my iTunes, which has been shuffling for hours, has played "Elephant Love Medley" more than twice tonight. This can't be a good sign.


Lekili said...

We were up to midnight last can always call us. Even after midnight--although we might be a little groggy.

Wait. I have a brilliant idea. Graduate and move back to Utah! Then we can talk any time you want.

ptstand said...

I'm always up at midnight, Sar--don't usually make it to bed until 2 or 3, so if you need to talk, I would love to hear from you! I won't be able to return your brilliance, but I am a good listener :)


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