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I Am Bored

I am bored. I just feel like I cannot do anything. I am at work. I am supposed to work. But, I feel sleepy. I slept well, very well, actually. That was for more than eight hours.
I shouldn’t feel sleepy. May be I am just lazy. Too lazy to work. But, I love my job. And, I have tons of work to complete… Soon.

May be it’s just the weather. It’s cloudy out. May be it will rain again today. It’s raining for more than week now. When can I see sun? After long winter, I hoped to enjoy some light. But, there is no sign of bright lights. I am been indoor for such a long time. Even my office is in basement. I have a small window though, just by the road. I see people walking, sometimes. But mostly, it’s the cloudy sky, electric cable and a portion of tree. Finally, there are some leaves on the tree. For many months it was leaves less, green less and life less. Oh, I need to work. But, I am bored.

May be it’s just my health. I am not feeling well. No. I wasn’t feeling well. I am doing fine. I caught on allergy; pollen allergy, everyone said. I was sneezing like crazy. ….I never had allergy since I came to US. I did in Nepal, especially in Kathmandu. The dust allergy. In Kathmandu, sneezing never stopped. Now, after many years, I am allergic again. This sucks. But, I feel better now. It was glasses of boiled water with turmeric, garlic, and ginger that I took as medicine. This is what I always take.

May be I should work. I better work. There is so much work to finish. But, I am bored.

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