mjj (flemmings) wrote,

And after it rains, there's a rainbow, and all of the colours are tacky

Tremendous rainbow yesterday evening, oriented nearly e-w so it was facing straight into my study window. Usually I don't see what the fuss about rainbows is-- they're mostly pale arcs of light, the colours hard to distinguish one from the other. This one however was quite clear. And the colours were, well, distressingly day-glo, is all I can say. I commend the human race for having waited several millennia to replicate them in fabric and other articles. Only now they have.

I spent today with aching knees, wondering why I hurt so much. Allergies? Spring? Sudden deterioration of the everything? Or was it my morning meds still waiting for me by the computer when I got home? They were waiting for me because I slept in till 10:30 and had barely time to breakfast and check email before I was off to work. The recent somnolence has to be due to allergy Sinutabs, but allergy Sinutabs never acted as a sleeping potion before this year. Whatever, I've moved all my appointments to the afternoon for the next week, and shall sleep in as much as I please.
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