"She lived in a world dominated by the senses. She would notice the parachuting spider in the wind, or the smallest vine in the chaos of the undergrowth. While in conversation outside, she would sometimes hear the birdsong louder than the remarks of the other person. In such a constantly shifting world of impressions, it was tough to keep up with the people absorbed in their own worlds of status and expectations - imaginary things, for the most part. That's why she could never depict human interactions in their entirety, only moments of them, snapshots, pictures, soundbytes, movie clips: this is how her mind perceived life itself."
I have a hard day of clerking ahead, and this little blurb, spoken by an Oxford-accented female voice, came to my mind while walking to the store to wake up enough in order to accomplish it.