We’ve been having a whole slew of foggy days, which I guess it’s only normal to this city. Today it’s not total … I can still see a bit of the neighbourhood.
Fog sometimes leads my thoughts to a fellow [former] blogger I had in my circles many years ago. She constantly suffered from something called «brain fog» (!). I don’t know what that is, but don’t we all feel a little “foggy” every now and then?! I wouldn’t consider myself sick just because of that. Many people are paranoid about the Web, but she was the number one! If I’d been she, I would have gotten off the Internet entirely … must be really though, being that scared. We eventually lost contact when I’d put up a widget — you know, one of those with flags, where you can see where your visitors come from — it only said the name of the city and country, not WHO it was. That really scared the hell out of her so that was the last I saw of her. She always thought my font size was too small so I guess it was all good anyway.
The carpet cleaners are out in the corridor, and McDuff is very upset about that. He’s sitting by the door, hissing! As if that wasn’t enough, the postman knocked on the door, delivering a book. This morning is very hard on our little lad!
Lately I haven’t been online as much as I usually am. We’ve been watching TV! Found a British crime series on Netflix, called The Fall and it’s excellent! The thing is, I don’t think all episodes are on Netflix yet … it might stop before we find out!!! Eeeekkk! LOL
Normally, when I just sit here in the evenings, doing stuff online, I get tired in a normal sort of way, when it’s getting close to midnight. When I watch TV, I get so tired so I can hardly keep my eyes open, and that’s without exaggerating! There’s huge difference for me between gazing at the computer screen and the TV screen. Perhaps it’s just because, no matter what, when you’re on the computer, you’re most often doing something … it’s interactive, and TV is not.