I tossed and turned in the overwhelming heat last night, so much so that I barely slept. It didn’t help that I was sleeping alone, and when I get used to sleeping next to someone changing back to sleeping alone is a little bit strange. Plus I spent half the night thinking about everything I need to get done in the next few days, and that in itself was enough to keep me wired and awake. Silly brain, I will make it pay for its insolence.
I’m nearly ready to go out now, just pulling things together and trying to air out the apartment a bit for the kitties before I head out. Haven’t decided if I’m going to bring the computer with me or not. On the one hand, it might be nice to have on the ferry. On the other hand, I might want to just nap on the ferry.
I opened the balcony door and am sitting next to it. After booting the cats away from it five or six times, they seem to have figured out not to go towards it. There’s a light breeze coming in, and Dayle is sitting four feet away from the door smelling at the air. Sera gave up and went to sleep on the couch. If I’m not careful I might do the same. Why is it always that when you can’t sleep all night, the only time you really start to drop off is in the morning when you have to be up to go somewhere? Evil.
All right, I’m going to gather up my stuff and think about leaving the house before I crawl back into bed. This is earlier than I get up for work, even.