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13 August 2003 @ 09:29 am
Yucky  
I woke up at 0130 this morning with something with more than a passing resemblence to vomit in my mouth. So, I got up and went to the bathroom and washed my mouth out. Unfortunately, this seems to be the tune for the day.

I am currently calming my stomach with tea, having already used plain water on the bus and a bagel at breakfast in an attempt to negate the roiling sounds and feelings coming from my stomach. I don't think it is actually being sick. More likely it is either too much food or something wrong with the food I did eat yesterday. Hard to tell.

Unfortunately, work is already proving it to be slow today. There are no books to shelve. I have only a tiny number of filings (12 filings would be a lot, except most of them are short), and I have already done most of the early morning daily tasks. In a few minutes, I will be going upstairs to HR and getting books from there for filing, but as I have also done that recently there won't be much work there either.

And so, I have wasted time today with LJ and the Financial Times site (there is an interesting sounding article in today's paper, which will probably make it to their site tomorrow). Hopefully the "I Love Lemon" tea will do the trick and I will start feeling more like a proper benzene derivative rather than like I am missing a few covalent bonds.
 
 
Feeling like: soresore
 
 
 
the name of dogenochs_fable on August 13th, 2003 06:45 am (UTC)
I hope you feel better. You could always write me email, I'm super-bored. :)

la lala burning CDs of pictures of teeth, la la la...
Jigglius Caesarjiggliusceasar on August 13th, 2003 06:49 am (UTC)
Some quick math
qarylla - Feeling_Well - Lots(Work) ?= Going->Home
Qarylla Windragarqarylla on August 13th, 2003 07:26 am (UTC)
Re: Some quick math
I don't think so.

But the mail just came in, so I can actually do something work related for a bit. (I have actually done filing while I was waiting, because I was smart and got the stuff from HR).