When my senses betray me

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I remember vividly, my first trip to Vegas. It was instantaneous sensory overload. From the sounds, smells, sights, my own thoughts and emotions, and the feelings and emotions of the sea of people around me. I remember the trip so well because the second day there I crashed. I was so overwhelmed that I felt unable to function.

I say all of this because I feel this way x1000 right now. 3 am comes and I am awash in…

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I find writing, even for the briefest of moments makes me feel a little better or a bit more focused. So welcome to my thought assembly line.

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I find writing, even for the briefest of moments makes me feel a little better or a bit more focused. So welcome to my thought assembly line.

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