Not out in the world mind you, I am after all, Quarantined. Still though, my mind wanders afar each day into things. Silly things usually since it is me, and dark things since that is also me. So my mind wanders, and I try to see the good, I try to alter my perception to see the good. Sometimes I even succeed in this endeavor.
Unfortunately my mind likes to wake me at 2am. That’s usually when the monsters are out. Bad dreams, bad thoughts… this place has good coffee though so, it’s not all bad. Being able to sleep would be nice though. It really would, instead I take naps. 2-4 hours at a clip. Then have more coffee. (out of cookies)
I’m sure we all have our share of monsters in the night, demons in the dark and no one can ever know what someone else is felling. I just want to say thins, no one is alone, except those who decide that they are. I have all of you, and my family and some dogs. Plus my imaginary friend. If I get desperate I can look over the fence at the neighbors gnomes.
What I need to do is wander down to the store and get some cookies. Hope you are all well.. and if your near my time zone asleep 🙂
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