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the passage of time

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Time almost feels a little meaningless right now.

It has been—

—more than two years since the pandemic started.

—28 years since my first fully-formed memory (of my father waking me up in a cab)

—2 days since I zoned out and dissociated while I was taking the train, that I don’t remember when and how I got through the motion of tapping when when I got out of the station, until I was halfway on my bus ride

—24 days since I last wrote an entry

—4 months, roughly, since my official diagnosis of what the fuck’s up with my back

—2 years and 10 months since the last time I was out of the country

—2 weeks since I got my new passport

—Many, many months since I’ve focused on reading

Anyway. Work has ramped up to be completely wild, yet again. I wistfully read articles about people quietly quitting, knowing I’m the opposite of that.

Life goes.