Ten.Two Hundred & Seven
1. A think layer of white over everything.
2. The thud of feet hitting the ground. It is too early for them to be up.
3. Bacon and eggs and toast. I skip all of that for a banana and a cappuccino.
4. The floors still need to be swept. Tiny dried-up shreds of cheese are scattered around the base of the refrigerator. That's another thing that will need to be cleaned: the refrigerator.
5. Must take one bite at a time.
6. I can't hold it in anymore.
7. Something about the muffins. She says that she dipped the muffins in melted butter and then dipped them in a cinnamon-sugar mix. Melted butter is always magical.
8. I'm laughing so hard that I'm crying. I needed it. I really needed today.
9. "This is the worst kept secret."
10. "It's the uncertainty that is killing me." Is there ever a sure thing? "I just need more specifics." In this case, would a few extra details really assuage the anxiety? There is such a thing as "too much." You can reach the peak of intake, meaning that at some point, the continued collection of information begins to negatively affect your ability to make a decision. So how do you determine what is enough?