24.7.10





















Have I really not been around in so long? I'll be here soon.

"Great, Jayne, just close the lines."
-past, present & future ongoing lesson from Lonnie.

15.7.10

We were fixing an installation at Forte de Basso when he sent me off via taxi. He armed me with a slip of paper, instructions on to-and-from, and I was off on an obscure erron to find hardware in a foreign city where I did not understand the roads, language or currency. The taxi driver rolled away into the pouring rain and darkening sky. Cold dread was written on Kyle's face as the image of someone thinking they had just made the worst mistake and mega-regret of an entire lifetime ... reading as, What have I done? I’m never going see her again.

Okay", he said brightly, "We can each have 3 and a half headaches.
-kb, after counting the aspirin for the unth time.

10.7.10

Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction. -Picasso

What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. -Crowfoot

A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything. -Nietzsche

It is nice, in getting mature enough to see the things you really don't have to want to do any more, certain options fade drop away and we are left with our focus.

A great comeback to any theory
"There are a lot of assumptions in that deduction."

Being out of context, I reckon.
When I want believe in any thing, then I may have to need to believe something-this or something-else. The world as a reaction.
A cabinet will fall if it is top-heavy, whether you believe it will or not.
I no not have to believe in physics, of course.
Physics, it is nothing personal.

I am the reaction, too.

Pay attention, pay attention, pay attention.

5.7.10

Chloe has been patrolling the hallways.
Here’s the tickets she issues if something seems suspiciously off.

Later on a drive she notices,
“That character in the car behind us looks guilty.”
"Well at least he has a nice car."
“That's why he looks guilty.”

Which reminds me of driving, fast or slow? There is something about driving 65 mph that triggers the road-trip gene conditioning in me as a young girl.

If you live near family then you can travel to exotic places and not feel guilty on vacation.

The key of A is suppose to be the most relaxing.
An car rumbles in the key of A.
Greatful Dead music resonance with a car engine.
Never road trip with the station wagon back rear window open.

I awoke from a dream this morning, we had all been walking in streets,
wearing tee shirts that said,
I FORGOT TO GET THE GODFOOD.
as Ann C, says, "If only it in were somehow meaningful..."