Clarity as defined by Webster's Dictionary; the quality or state of being clear: lucidity
My clarity works differently and at odd times. Most of the time it's in the middle of the night. Last night for some reason I woke up and my first thought was (and I'm not kidding you) "Carly is going to be upset now that Jason is leaving Port Charles!" Earth shattering I know. I woke up from a dead sleep and thought about soap opera characters from GH. So I got to work rearranging the whole cast. In a nutshell I've decided that the writers need to get rid of Johnny so Sonny doesn't have anyone to argue mob related stuff. I like Johnny so he should come back in a few months. Then I decided that Sonny should work things out with Kate/Connie and Alexis should get all cozy with Shawn. After that the show should center less around the mob and more around the hospital and the Floating Rib (a.k.a. Jake's - I miss bartender/owner Coleman) with Mack and Felicia. Luke should come back and stay back too. The Quartermaine's should lose all their money.
I know what your thinking - what the heck does this have to do with clarity? I honestly have no clue except I woke up thinking very clearly about these characters. Frankly they are much more interesting than the people I encounter in a regular day. I would not say I was lucid my any stretch of the imagination.
I should consider taking an overnight job. Something that allows me to work in my PJ's. I bet Walmart doesn't have a strict overnight dress code.
Wait, that might be just for the customers.
I clearly remember going to the drive in movies in my pj's. I remember seeing Song of the South and I remember seeing Mary Poppins. I do not exactly remember what we had for dinner last evening.
Lucidity escapes me.