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I’ll consider this my day of rest. I have little to report, to communicate, or to reflect upon at the moment.
Driving, writing, and partying.
It should get warmer during the week, with lows around 40 and highs in the 50s; we were down to freezing last night. This is, of course, “nothing,” as my friends elsewhere in the country have to deal with snow, … Continue reading
1. Narrative Notes 2. Reading Remarks
For some reason my phone thought that today was the beginning of daylight saving time and reset itself to an hour earlier; it’s off by a week. Luckily I was not fooled.
I read the newest (19) issue of X-Factor, volume 3, and it’s definitely going a cliff-hangery sort of way with Rictor and the others. There was some great M dialog (isn’t there always?), but unlike most other recent issues this … Continue reading
I have enough empty wine bottles on my desk to make me look like a lush or a starving artist — or, wait, what’s the contradiction there?
I awoke late but not that late, and not because I awoke late, but because I awoke and went back to sleep, realizing that I still had time to sleep, to let my mind and body rest rather than roll … Continue reading
Before I forget, the music of Abdel Hamid Tnnari — the Solos and Melodies album — is pretty stuff.