Waves of legs

I’ve been too wiped out to write, the past few days, but the tachycardia is somewhat better. When I send back the heart monitor, I’ll have to include a note to ignore all of the times I accidentally clicked the button on the stupid thing while trying to scratch at the maddeningly itchy tape on my chest…  

Anyway, in place of an actual post with any substance, here’s a picture of the really neat millipede I found in my laundry room this morning. 

I wish I’d been in less of a hurry and could have just watched it amble along for a while, mesmerized by those dozens of legs, their coordinated motion like billowing curtains or undulating waves on each side of it’s body. But I was running late, so we quickly parted ways – one of us to freedom under a Japanese maple, the other to temporary captivity under fluorescent lights. 

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