I had no allergy medicine yesterday, so when I woke up this a.m., my eyes did not want to open. I didn't really want to keep sleeping, but I was just so lethargic. Not a terribly good way to start the day.
And it was my long day. I work my regular 8 hours, then go to see 3 clients - getting home about 9:30 p.m. And I forgot to pack a good dinner, so I'm home now, hungry, waiting for eggs to boil because I have nothing really quick to eat (I did have an orange to up the blood sugar for the short term). And everything sucks on television tonight. After a day like today, I just want to sit in front of something amusing but not challenging or offensive and veg out. I'm probably going to resort to popping in a DVD I've watched a million times until I wind down enough to sleep.
And despite all that kvetching above, I really did have a good day. It's strange how it is, when I'm not feeling depressed, that these things can come up and they are annoying, but I know that when I wake up, I will be looking forward to something in the next day. Amazing.
I wish I had more important things to say, but really, my brain is mush, so I'm not going to try to be eloquent about anything.
Here's my D collection (it sort of makes them sound like they are almost failing, but it's not true!):
Some Great Reward, Depeche Mode - I did have the newest CD by DM, but it was, literally, a casualty of my move. So I'll have to invest in a new copy sometime soon.
Disapear Fear, Disappear Fear - Another band that WritinginAK introduced me to...this CD was the music of my first LVC year.
Live at the Bottom Line, Disappear Fear - the only time I saw them live was at a concert held in a church in DC. It wasn't a great venue, in terms of accoustics, sadly.
Believe, Disturbed - another one of those that I forgot to send back the reply card in time to avoid receiving from my CD club. I didn't hate it enough to sell it immediately, but it doesn't stand out particularly in my memory either.
Dochas, Dochas - This was a souvenir of my last trip to Scotland. They are an all-women group that play traditional Scottish instruments and sing in Gaelic. It's lovely.
Keep those suggestions of what I'm missing coming - I do recognize that I should have some Ani DiFranco, but what else?