Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

hiking on

Scraggle woods trail 10 14 07, originally uploaded by gurdonark.

Every day in the hike betrays a new spider and a new flower. Tonight I noticed that the mild recession in my widow's peak may, over time, turn it into a widow's ravine. Only time will tell if it will one day become a lover's leap.

I'm enjoying a science fiction novel, including the delightful feeling that I have because I have already bought both sequels and the side novel.

I downloaded a lot of free Creative Commons netlabel releases this week. Tonight I loaded them into my mp3 player. I love the way the netlabel movement makes fascinating experimental music available for free. I thought about how it would be cool to have the kind of nimble motor skills that let me build electronic objects easily. Perhaps I'll take a class or seminar.

I wrote my Senator to ask him to vote to over-ride the veto upon the renewal of the childrens' health insurance program. I read up on kites on the internet. I daydreamed about rabbits at the fair, and the Shady Oak barbecue.


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