How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

This must be what October tastes like

You may be noting the nonsensical subject lines, as per yesterday's- for the record, I knew it was a Wednsday.

At any rate, I haven't gotten a solid night of sleep this week. The alarm clock may serve as a reminder to me that it's time to get out of bed, but it hasn't waken me up once. The money order Avery sent us is out of state- Cate depositted most of it, and as a result, we have to wait until the bank clears it. The check I'll be recieving for my article, by Monday at the latest I think, will also be out of state. I won't be recieving money from New Horizons until the very end of this Month.

And I want a fucking cigarette right the fuck now.

I tried using milk, amaretto and frangelico to help me sleep last night. It didn't help.

I couldn't get the mental faculties together to concentrate on my book while riding the bus. I ended up staring into space.

I am unhappy. You can infer this from the lack of actual content in my posts. Soon, I shall put on a funny hat and entertain you again.

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