>Now what did I come in here for?

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I feel like I’ve been saying that alot more lately. Short term stuff like bringing the salad to Sunday dinner at my parents’ house and why I just walked into the copy room at work never seem to stick in my consciousness for very long.

It could just be part of getting old, but it pisses me off when a thought dangles in front of my mind just out of reach. This early darkness doesn’t help my frame of mind either. It was nearly dark at 4:30 this afternoon. I felt like crawling into bed the moment I got home. That can’t be healthy.

I’ve also been having these vivid dreams. A couple of nights ago, I dreamt I was flying over the Vatican. Last night, I had nightmares. They were those “I fell asleep too fast” type nightmares. You know where you wake up from the dream, your heart racing, and you realize that you’ve only been asleep for maybe an hour. Of course, those could be happening because of the Benedryl I’ve been taking to help me breathe while I sleep.

Of course the eye twitch is back, which is an indication of stress. It seems that most of my problems come from my inability to handle stress in a constructive way. If anyone has any hints, I’d be open to suggestion. For now, I’m off to bed.

2 thoughts on “>Now what did I come in here for?

  1. Balloon Pirate

    >There are two possible reasons for your forgetfulness.

    1) You’re trying to do too many things to please too many people, and as a result, you’re not focusing on what’s going on in your life right now.

    2)Your memory is in your ass. While your sitting in one room, you think about something that needs to be done in another room. You get up and go to the other room, but when you get there, you have no idea what you came in there for. So you go back to the first room and sit down…

    Oh, and it’s called blu-ray because the beam from the laser is blue. Blue light is much more cohesive than the red laser light that is used in regular DVD’s. The tighter beam means that more information can be packed onto the DVD, allowing for the quintupling of information required for high definition video.

    Of course, one could also make high definition DVD’s using the regular red beam by increasing the diameter of the disk to about 9″, but marketeers say that discs too large to be held in one hand don’t sell as well. Remember laserdiscs? No? Didn’t think so.

    Yeharr

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