Diary of a Nicotine Addict: Week Two


May 29th, 2011

Dear Diary,

Everyday I feel more goofy than the last. I wonder if it’s the increase of oxygen going to my brain now.  Not enough oxygen to make me euphoric or silly,  but enough to make me useless.

I just want to sleep and eat. Period. Caffeine helps for maybe 10 minutes, then it wears off and I want a nap. Yes, another one. Forget cleaning the house and other chores – I can’t even gather enough energy to write my daily post. Dinner this week has consisted of left-overs from the back of the refrigerator. Tonight I may have to actually cook something. I hope I have all the ingredients for spaghetti because I know I don’t have the energy to go grocery shopping too.

Is this withdrawal or a physiological response to the weather?

Memorial Day weekend used to be the official welcoming of summer. Not a re-run of winter. This overcast and chilly weather is pissing me off. It  poured rain in Central California this week, and the temp hovered around 60. It is usually  105 degrees here in June.  Sweltering graduation ceremonies and frying at the Livermore Rodeo is tradition…

Where the Hell is global warming when you need it?


2 thoughts on “Diary of a Nicotine Addict: Week Two

  1. Global warming is a misnomer. It’s Climate Change now. I live here in California too, and according to news reports, this was the coldest May so far. I’m still wearing double thin sweaters . I’m here in Northern California. Last week, there was even a snow blizzard in the Sierras. And they got 16 inches of snow. The ski resport owners are the only ones happy, I reckon. What a whacked weather.


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