Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh


Circumstances don't match the mood. What I mean is, I feel a little down and I'm not entirely sure why. This happened in my dreams last night, too. Some of the dream was in an office; a more interesting part of the dream was me in a Washington, D.C. Metro station, having trouble getting out of the station. Finally was able to leave via something disturbingly like a combo escalator/chute, which (defying the real world as dreams can be good at doing) went downward from the station yet deposited me alone on a ledge of a white-marble building overlooking one of the prettier areas of D.C. I went lower to get higher, and somehow that worked.

Actually kind of a pretty dream, but odd; makes me want to analyze it. Not being able to get to where I wanted to go (I clearly hadn't wanted to be on that ledge) is probably significant. I seemed to be waiting for something. And now I'm getting bored just describing it, so maybe I should wrap up the dream-description part of this entry.

Another odd week, one of many I've had lately. A source of that oddness is going away (longtime readers can likely guess what I'm talking about), but I've felt worn down by the last few months. That's probably what's hitting me now.

Time to go all Quo vadamos? (if the spelling's correct) and figure stuff out. Things are changing. I'm making changes. I'm dealing with other changes. Dealing while with a lower reserve of energy than I'd like, but that's true for lots of you.

Anyway. Today is a day. Stuff will get done. And I hope I'm more awake and not as moody while doing it.
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