The heat is stabbing me. If that could be such a thing. I don’t know what I am saying. I can’t put my thoughts together and if anything sounds too complicated I will just close my eyes, shake my head and turn away. This is not a good feeling, especially when you begin to see black dots that look like little men crawling up on the sides of the buildings. Let’s pretend I didn’t just see that. I took a sip of my water bottle and moved over to the woman at the counter.
“What is a combo?” I asked the fast food attendant. I furrowed my brows. The woman on the other side of the counter looked at me as if I was making fun of her accent. This moment must have looked annoying to the man behind me who scowled with impatience. Now the woman attending the window looked flustered. She probably wished she would’ve just called in sick. A gust of heat blasted at us and I felt rather faint. Continue reading “A terrible case of inertia”