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Another Brain Seizure
I had trouble typing and some trouble seeing yesterday afternoon and finally realized I needed to sleep for a while. I taped the Masters of Science Fiction show, which was nothing like the plot in the TV Week, and watched it today. Sam Waterston was really wonderful. I was beginning to think he didn't have a character other than DA in him, but he sure did in this. The story was good, but it was obvious where it was going. I haven't read the Kessel story, so I don't know if that's true there, too.
I woke up with a really swollen left eye today -- probably because I had trouble keeping from rubbing it. My upper eyelids are down over the lower eyelids -- more on the left than the right -- which happens when you get old and your skin gets less elastic. I suppose at some point I'll need to see the doctor and see about an eyelid lift -- Kaiser does these when you have trouble seeing otherwise.
I have things laid out for getting the van back tomorrow. The most important thing? Kitty litter. I was going to get it last Wednesday and now we're short enough that the cats are complaining.
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