That’s me this weekend. Had a longer post prepared but the server ate it.
I won that title because I feel like I could sleep for days. Some people only usually get sick on weekends when they actually have interesting things planned. I’m one of them. Find that to be the only interesting thing about me today.
My site’s been acting funky. At times you can only see the template, left side bar and skin, I guess it’s called, but nothing in “more” and can’t get to comments.
Guess my site and i want to be sick together.
Now I have to call a Chinese restaurant and order much soup, fresh juices, seltzer and diet coke; but my sister made me feel very guilty about the poor delivery men who have to be out in the cold and wind. But it’s their job and I tip well.
I have been known to call a restaurant and order an entire weekend’s worth of food. I know people who have arrangements with delivery people to stop in delis and bring them ice cream, newspapers, even fresh flowers. I can’t do that. Though I have been tempted to.
Not fair that just when i have time to read all the books, magazines, and newspapers that are so nicely arranged on the DWR bookshelves that take up no visceral space I have zilch desire to read them. However the catalogues, including DWR, I think I can read them, maybe, as they’re mostly pictures.
After an amazing dinner of wonton soup, fresh melon juice and a third of a container of sweet & sour soup, I think I’m ready to venture into the very exciting world of something, anything on TV. Then again to be experienced properly, TV should have the sound on and I’m just not in the mood for noise of any kind.
A few buildings on my block just had a black out and people came venturing out, or speaking through their windows, yelling really, not about the loss of light, possible food and other things, but yelling because they couldn’t watch TV. Now were it Boston Legal I could understand, but….
And it wasn’t even that cold today! Of course my building didn’t have heat most of the day which might have contributed to how cold I was feeling. Don’t really understand how heat in large pre-war buildings works. Think I should be more interested in the subject than I am.
But I’m only interested when there’s a flood that concerns me, or when we have no heat, or have heat when none is needed, or every month when I pay the monthly surcharge. Tried to be interested when they showed a large schematic of the building at the coop meeting, and said that everytime there was a flood they were going to draft in the valves and pipes. Found it weird that it wasn’t in the buildings plans.
Really feeling woozy and have to get back to bed.