Thursday, November 10, 2005

Rejuvenation


The week is almost gone and after having the past two days off work will find myself back at the grind stone tomorrow. But that is tomorrow. At least, last night's sleep was better and more restful than the night before of tossing and turning, half in, half out of sleep, random thoughts bouncing off the walls of my mind, as I fought to get the last few minutes of slumber. Reluctively, at 4 am I gave up the fight and greeted the early morning, stumbling out into the world, more or less "the keyboard and computer screen". Yesterday's blog post came from those pre-awake thoughts and evolved into what it became. From where it came from, I don't know, somewhere far within the deep recesses it came forth. Some may say a troubled mind, maybe, complicated to say the least. Care to have me lie down on your couch for an hour? Now it is another day and today will be mine, no distractions (I refuse to answer the phone), no commitments (did not tell anyone I was off work today), no appointments (calendar was cleared, as if today did not exist). Today is my day to relax, read, and rejuvenate.

6 comments:

Spider said...

We all need "me" days - days where no one knows that we are on the face of the earth and we can do what we want, when we want and how we want to - enjoy yours!

btw - that is one NICE picture at the top of this post - where did you find it?

david said...

i hope you have a great day relaxing at home or whereever, i love just lounging around my house half naked with a cup of tea and the latest time magazine, reading every add and every medical disclamer behind a pill promotion. Life is so simple sometimes and simplicity is welcome with open arms. as for tossing and turning i have gotten acustumed to it, now i live on half a nights rest (the rest i get between thoughts) but it's all great, life.

Stephen said...

Spider, yes "me" days are good, yesterday was, thanks for the post. The picture I chose for yesterday's post was one I had saved from surfing around, tweaked it somewhat to removed the color and of course the face shot even though I only borrow free pics from public galleries. It probably came from "Just Us Boys" or "Queer Click" since they are two of my favorite sites.

Stephen said...

David, nice comment, I did do some much needed relaxing yesterday, got some reading in, and even some of the great outdoors, still having some great weather here. take care,

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