Today I saw written in the dust of a back window of a car: Love you forever. I don’t know if I’ve mentioned here that I would like my next master’s degree to be in the anthropology of car dust writing. I went to Trader Joe’s by myself for the first time today. It went… Read More »
Month: October 2006
this is just to say
Don’t mind me as I am elsewhere under water mostly enjoying other things.
Those huge grapes I bought last night are really delicious. In fact, maybe I’ll go back for more. Part of their excellent is their crispness. I didn’t know I like my grapes crisp.
Tonight after choir practice I stopped at the grocery store for bread and eggs. I got a compliment on my bumper sticker, which hadn’t happened in a couple years. I bought the biggest grapes I’ve ever seen. Still windy and cold. Windy enough I needed to pick up tree branches from the street–cold enough that… Read More »
This morning, there’s lots of cold wind. My mind has turned to Halloween and Thanksgiving, the holidays to anchor my thoughts of fall. The fridge is getting empty, and the recycling is piling up. Last night I talked on the phone with two friends, one in Oregon and one in Arizona. I’m not lonely anymore… Read More »
I was accepted as a reviewer for Zine World. I’m so happy because I feel validated and honored that such an important, valuable review zine wants me to be their volunteer. Also, I’m happy because I’m doing it under my real name, so I can put it on my resume, and maybe it’s a baby… Read More »
me: It always encounters a problem and needs to shut down! Erik: Kind of a timid explorer, huh?
It’s really good having a CD burner now so I could copy the CD we kept checking out from the library over and over again, They Might Be Giants’ Mink Car. “My Man” is one of my favorite songs of the year (track 11), after “Fistful of Love” by Antony and the Johnsons and half… Read More »
peace statement #39
Erik and Laura-Marie are strongly against the war, the other war, and war generally. Killing people is not correct behavior and is a bad example to all. Children suffer–adults suffer. Animals and the environment are harmed. Money is wasted that could be used to help people and feed the poor. Mental health is compromised, art… Read More »
This weekend there was a puja. I went to a meeting where I met five new people, and another more private meeting. Erik and I had drinks in midtown with a new friend. I went to worship and vespers. And I talked on the phone with a different new friend that I had never spoken… Read More »