Not much to say. I’m very tired after several nights where it’s been too hot to sleep. I simply cannot keep myself awake long enough to write anything. It’s very tempting just to pack it up and not bother posting, but he habit is strong and the lure of another blue sticker is addictive.
I’m sure that hot weather didn’t used to cause me any problem when I was younger. A few years ago I found that winter was causing me problems, and now summer is too. That only leaves spring and autumn, and I’m fairly sure that autumn will become less pleasant as I become more arthritic. That’s going to leave me with a mere three months of enjoyment in a year.
I now have six sets of submissions out and am feeling virtuous, though writing poetry isn’t really the same thing as work. I still have three more possible homes for more submissions but I may not be productive enough to manage them all. I have the day off tomorrow, and the car will be in the garage for its annual MOT test, so I am going nowhere. It’s very tempting just to plan for sitting in front of a fan all day.
Time to put a spurt on – it’s 23.48 and things are going slowly.
What else can I say about the day? It was hot, the shop was airless and I entered 27 medallions on our eBay site, though I did come close to falling asleep a couple of times.Several bad nights, lack of oxygen and a dull task – it’s definitely a recipe for trouble. I think that’s enough fro tonight. My general moan about the state of the world will have to wait a few days until I feel industrious enough to write it. That’s jhow tired I am, to tired to moan. It’s a good thing I don’t live anywhere that is really hot, as I’m sure you are queuing up to tell me, as i’m sure most of my readers are actually a lot hotter than the UK. It’s like snow – we are ahppy while it’s cold and damp, or moderately warm, but we just aren’t prepared for snow or heat. No snowploughs. No air conditioning.
23.57. Just made it.
I am sorry about the heat, Quercus. At least it is generally a dry heat where I am, and not so bad as hot AND humid.
It will pass. At least nothing is burning . . .
Congratulations on the time. I remember the heat bothered us less when younger. I once ran the Bolton Marathon in today’s 88 degrees F.
Nothing worse than hot weather, I have come to dread summer.
Yes, it’s really getting to me this year. 🙂
It gets to you doesn’t it.
It seems to – more than ever. I really am getting old!