Author of the Queen City Boys books

pretty grey day


It’s nearly noon and already I want a nap.  I think I got a lot of sleep last night.  I don’t know.  I’m sure I went to be early but I am not clear on how early.  I only managed to read 5 pages of my book before I dropped it on my face, hurt my nose and decided t go to sleep.  I have been pretty productive today.  Maybe.  I mean if I look at my to-do list for the week, I’ve barely made a dent in it.  But I did a bunch of things that weren’t on the list.  Which I guess I should add to the list, so I can cross them off.

I was actually cold out when I got up this this morning. And by cold I mean, if I was back home, I’d still wear shorts, and maybe a hoodie, but here I’m all ack! Jeans!  Sweater!  Yikes!  It really is impending autumn outside, however.  I think I am happy about that.  I haven’t actually decided yet.

Author: Ajax Bell

Seattle author. Stops to smell the flowers. Amateur nerd (I wanna go pro but I haven't found anyone to pay me). Humble hippo enthusiast. queer/bi. they/them.

3 thoughts on “pretty grey day

  1. I hear ya about autumn.

    Do you know what I’m most dreading about winter? Toddler socks. I tell you, there’s not much more annoying than keeping track of those small socks. Oy.

  2. Hmm, buy two dozen identical tiny socks and then just let go of the missing ones, you probably won’t even notice they are gone!!

  3. This sounds like a good solution. I will try that. I think I did something similar last year, but it was still a pain in the ass. I can’t remember why. I remember buying like 14 pair of white socks, but somehow keeping up with them was still impossible. I should buy more like 50 pair!!!!!!!

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