standing out in front of the house on the sidewalk at 3 am in my socks and pjs staring up at the sky.
as quiet as it gets here. and the air is almost clean. and theres no people. yet.
eventually i feel the cold from the pavement creeping into my feet.
i know i'm not doing well when i do stuff like this.
with the sun comes the cars, and laundry fumes...its saturday. a big laundry day for people.
i'm scheming for a refuge, which ultimately cannot be the sidewalk at 3am.
if i could get a little land with a scrappy little cabin i would. i fantasize about it being this resource to share with other chronically ill folks i know. consider doing this whole online i'm a good cause fundraising thing that seems to kinda work for folks but i just can't seem to get it together.
possibly because deep down i'm not convinced that i am...a good cause.
or i've got too much stubborn trashy pride.
right...in my socks, on the sidewalk.
the other refuge/recovery idea is a little rv. like an old toyota. but i wonder about the triggering -living in a car-factor and if i'll actually make use of it and if it would actually be helpful.
slammed lately. a short dirty (but scent free!)laundry list: unable to board a flight to oakland to see friends, or even do mundane things like errands or eating out or grocery shopping. discovering my father died, i happened to do a google search for his absent ass and found his obituary. serious neck pain...seriously. nothing gets done. now my cat is missing...i got her when i first moved to the mountains, she's been with me for all of it. seems the city has swallowed her too.
oh sigh. insomnia does not wear well on me.
gonna put some shoes on and get in my little car now and drive. get over the mountain before the sunrise and keep the quiet with me.