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Friday, December 28, 2018
I swing between fidgeting and slumping, between being full of great intentions and grim thoughts dragging me back to the past like a stalker.
At four this afternoon the cat was purring on the bed next to me and I was dozing off.
I have five books on the chest of drawers - three borrowed, two from charity shops. I am dipping in and out as if I'm on a summer beach.
These days remind me of the mercury we let run onto the floor, between the boards, in the school science lab.
Bobbles of it rolling away, shinier than anything.
Posted by Jackie Wills at 9:54 PM