13 Mar

1. Went to bed at twelve seventeen, after reading most of Eoin Colfer‘s Airman (you know him; he wrote Artemis Fowl, and it’s pronounced OH-EN KAL-FER).

2. Had some fantastically trippy dreams, involving some kind of narcotic, clockwork elephants on stilts, full armour from an asian country of some sort, a gymnasium, a wild chase scene, and a phosphorus-based electric-green gas that worked like chloroform.

3. Transferred to the floor at some point. I really forget, but I started on the bed and ended up on the floor. (This sounds harmless and fairly cute, but it begins to be dangerous when you realise that I regularly sleep six feet in the air. Luckily, though, my method of descent did in fact involve the ladder.)

4. Reality began to mix with dream when I was woken by my sister playing the piano at full volume. Was not pleased. … Could not bring myself to move to stop it.

5. Pretended I had no legs and attempted to figure out how to retrieve my glasses (they were in the loft). Made out really well, actually, and did eventually get them without the use of pedal locomotion, but in the end decided that while it was a fun pursuit, I would rather keep my legs in use.

6. Groggily sat in my chair and was surprised to see that someone was already talking to me (and before I saw the time, surprised that someone was even up at this time in the morning). Received a much more pleasant wake up call from Eli. Celebrated 10:05, not 22:05, for the first time in ages.

7. … Yeah.


5 Responses to “Caramelldansen”

  1. saffronsilver 13/03/2010 at 11:38 #

    A most excellent morning indeed?

  2. Morgante Pell 14/03/2010 at 01:45 #

    How was Airman? I’m looking for a respite from the drudgery of Paradise Lost.

  3. nonnie 14/03/2010 at 09:21 #

    The first thing I saw on this page was “[m]ade out _really_ well”, and I wondered if I really wanted to read this post. 😛

  4. a student 14/03/2010 at 10:23 #

    Excellent: Yeah, I guess, but the night was better.

    Airman: Fantastic read. Fresh and captivating. Highly recommended, as always with Colfer.

    Making out: Guh. Come on. It’s a perfectly acceptable phrase.

  5. evyivyover 15/04/2010 at 07:11 #

    Grady-chan, have I ever told you that your blog makes me happy?

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