Saturday, June 18, 2016

Listless fail

I spent the day, listless. I lay and read and dozed then read then dozed. As late afternoon rolled around my head was spinning.

Then I realised. Not only had I not had caffeine I had failed to taking my morning head pill, a pill with a lifespan of about 15 hours. It had worn off on waking and hours later the wigs had kicked in.

A shower, pills and a coffee later the listlessness is still there but not as much. The head spins continue but they should pass soon.

That's the price you pay to be dependent on medication for psychological injury—to suffer when you don't have it. 

Of course the fail is mine; I had the medication, I just didn't take it because I am a tool and forgot to. 

Listless fail.

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