Friday, June 16, 2006

The Excitement Goes On

Today I:
  • had a whole wheat English muffin with fake cream cheese and nutritional yeast for breakfast with a cup of white tea
  • am having seaweed salad and a veggie wrap for lunch
  • intended to get up early to write
  • did not get up early to write

I thought that since I felt so inspired yesterday morning that I should perhaps get up early on days I don't jog to write. However, my body had other ideas. I felt like crap at 6am. Headache, nausea. Kind of like a hangover, but how can that be, when I only had half a glass of merlot last night?

I am weak. I went back to bed.


I pass quite a few Art Deco buildings in the Business District on the way to work in the morning. This one houses a phone company. I especially like the entrance, but there was a park blocking my view, so I couldn't snap a picture.

If think I am showing you pictures of Boston buildings because I am not being very crafty lately, and have really very little to say, then you would be right. So sad, I know.

Have you checked out Conrad Veidt yet?

Last night, I:
  • ate the leftover veggie burger mush on an English muffin
  • finished off the ginger
  • drank half a glass of merlot
  • went to bed early

4 comments:

Jeanette said...

sorry you felt hung over today. Doing better now?

Carrie K said...

Did you feel better after going back to bed? My sleep habits have been crap this week. Up late, up early or early to bed, late to get up........gah.

But it's good to hear you felt inspired! If it happened yesterday am, it'll happen again.

Lissy said...

Is that the builing on Cambridge Street? I "collect" art deco buildings meself. Saw the big three when I was in NY: Rockerfeller Plaza, Chrysler Building, and Empire State Building. Got excited. Then remembered I was in the world's most crowded city and got depressed. ;(

twig said...

I live on the other end of Mass (you know that part of the state that's way west of Worcester *laugh*) and I really really need to go site seeing in Boston. I've lived up here 6 years and I've made a couple trips to Boston but none just to look around.