Synthetic light

Unaccountably worn down this evening, carrying some bug that came into the house with the tots. You’ll slink away soon to a quiet corner of the big bed and sleep yourself back to form for a rail trip to mid-Wales in the early morning.

A nuclear power plant by the coast in Japan is undergoing some sort of restricted meltdown triggered by the failure of its cooling systems following the tsunami. Experts saying the steel casing of the core is containing the problem and a Chernobyl-type implosion is unlikely. A horrible fascination draws you back to the headlines for an update every few hours.

 

Doing nothing

all day but stare at that rectangle

of synthetic light

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