Coffee: Pike Place, Apartment Lounge Blend
I sat all day in a stupor like a brown cat curled up, or a cooked shrimp, head and legs missing, a pink glaze, dreamy.
I know why I’m tired:
Last night, L was over, and he’d been having a rough week at work so we stayed out until midnight, eyes pried off the covers, pretending to be real people doing real things, but other people than the ones we usually are. By the time he’d gone and I’d gotten my head fitted to the pillow, it was closing on 1 am. I’m almost 30 – my body doesn’t do well with late nights anymore.
But there’s also the Lexapro – I’ve been taking it in the evenings because it makes me drowsy, but the drowsy hangs over in the morning. I wear it. The drug doesn’t have me in hot sweats like the bupropion but I can’t tell yet if the fatigue is worth it. Everyday becomes a Monday, sludgy, a heavy backpack, the ominous dinging of a new work-week. Maybe I’ll get used to it. Always optimistic.
Right now, the sky’s chicken-vein blue. There’s a full moon, or close to it. A good time to go to sleep.
Currently Reading: Queen, Suzanne Crain Miller
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The sky grew darker, painted blue on blue, one stroke at a time, into deeper and deeper shades of night.Haruki Murakami, Dance Dance Dance