The inevitable change that burns up the present moment.

I like to say + even believe, the dadaist had way too much time on their hands. They seem to have been the  original extras. Every seven years or so I decide to channel that crew + dream that I can create collage,  —  I am dreaming —- + once again I learn that I do not like the process of cut and paste. My results are awkward and contrived. Though in my earlier life I may have rejoiced in awkward and contrived - it being a style of its own - I now cringe at the result. I hurriedly sand it into oblivian or tuck the project away to hide it from myself - and like a cat - go about my business as though nothing extraordinary had happened. 

This is a good sentence to end. It was penned by Drew, from a character study. 

I am hoping to quote it correctly. And, promising to ask if the inclusion is okay…

It was times like these that she enjoyed the enlightenment others look for their entire lives.

Harnett-Hargrove / Sketchbook # 53