Vacay in What's Happening

  • Aug. 6, 2020, 8:03 a.m.
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I woke up this morning in my dark electric-less house to the sound of thunderstorms and rain.

It was warm last night so I set up an air mattress downstairs where it was much cooler and slept next to the opened door accompanied by the light from a really pleasant smelling candle. The candle was brand new and had two wicks. I didn’t have a lighter so I had to use my blowtorch to set a piece of paper on fire and then used the paper to light the wicks.

I had trouble falling asleep because I was so warm, but honestly it really wasn’t that bad. I was just being a wimp.

Stop being such a pussy”, I told myself as I was laying there, a bit clammy with sweat.

Hot weather is my number one nemesis.

Once I finally fell asleep I slept great and the temperature dropped some more. I was very comfortable.

I spent some time this morning laying in bed wondering how I could make the most out of my time off:

Let’s see… thunderstorms, no electricity and global pandemic. There has to be something good I can make of this.

No indoor activities, no outdoor activities, no relaxing at home. I realized that things would be much better if I was just at work.

Whether it’s bad luck or poor planning I just need accept that I picked the worst possible time to take off from work and there is nothing I can do.

Sconer suggested that I start drinking. It’s still too early to buy liquor, but that might not be a bad idea. The only thing is: I’m still a little depressed from yesterday and I don’t really like drinking when I’m depressed. Sometimes it makes me feel better, but more often it’s the opposite that happens.

Right now it’s pouring outside. It looks like a tropical rain forest. The weather app says it will be like this for a couple days. The white noise from the rain is very soothing and relaxing, but I’m just so bored.

Last updated August 06, 2020

Midorinokaeru August 06, 2020

Read, this is 100% the answer!! :-)

Camdengirl August 06, 2020

It just sucks. Cleaning out cupboards?

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