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thanks body.

well now I'm kind of annoyed. despite getting eight hours of deep sleep yesterday afternoon I fell asleep again around 3am thinking I'd nap but I ended up sleeping for six more hours. now I'm wide awake, I didn't get my early morning time and instead it is almost Sunday afternoon on a warm sunny day.

I guess I'll just take the klonopin now. if you are new to my journal you might not know this but sunny warm Sunday afternoons are the dark night of the soul in my universe. or worse. they're the southern baptist convention held in a shadeless field on a humid july day of the soul.

I'll be needing lots of fizzy water too.

maybe I should go to the library. it's air conditioned and there must be something I'd like to read that I haven't already got here somewhere. then I could get exercise and asylum.

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niyabinghi
Sep. 20th, 2009 08:45 pm (UTC)
but sunny warm Sunday afternoons are the dark night of the soul in my universe. or worse. they're the southern baptist convention held in a shadeless field on a humid july day of the soul.


Ahahahahahaha! That is so brilliantly put, and as well, oh how I can relate :)
yangming
Sep. 20th, 2009 09:00 pm (UTC)
Hey Prof, I am going to be in town next weekend (to pick up my car)...wanna hang out and look at some freaks? I thinks here's a party or two as well, if you are up for them.
eriktrips
Sep. 21st, 2009 12:12 am (UTC)
how sly of you to return for the Folsom Fair. sure let's go get an eyeful! I dunno if I'll be up for parties, or maybe not for a long string of them, but some sightseeing I could do with. text/msg/email me.
expanding_x_man
Sep. 20th, 2009 09:30 pm (UTC)
oh, someone already said it but --
warm Sunday afternoons are the dark night of the soul in my universe. or worse. they're the southern baptist convention held in a shadeless field on a humid july day of the soul.

I'll be needing lots of fizzy water too.


I'll add that last line since it sets it off with (unconscious?) humor. Those are brilliant lines, and I think you should consider them for a novel. (!)

I'm in a novel mood, since I have to write one, and I mean a book novel mood.

Any way, the library sounds wonderful! Hope you are there as I write this. I just got up. (!!!!)
zoe_1418
Sep. 20th, 2009 11:02 pm (UTC)
I assume you've gotten past the worst of the afternoon by now...? hope so.

Your description of that dark night of the (southern baptist) soul is so powerful!
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