January 8, 2002
I don't seem to need caffeine in the afternoons anymore. I'm so charged as the kaleidoscope around me keeps circling around, tumbling everything into a new pattern. If I leave on time (meaning early) it is still light out, so I reach the train and have energy to work. But by the time I get home, I take a breath once inside and it is like a balloon deflating. I am sleeping through the night easier, barring any misbehaving cats, and I feel normal again when I get up in the morning, so the work load is acceptable. For now.