Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

walking bones

I wonder if bones actually get tired enough to be considered "bone-tired", although I suspect that the term refers to a weariness that one can feel deep down in one's bones. I get bone tired when I exercise or hike in a really worthwhile way. I am glad that my deepest weariness often arises from leisure.

wetlands walkway

Tonight the Audubon magazine arrived, filled with photos from a photo contest. Today the woman who always is helpful at Boston Market wore her name tag: Amalia. Tonight we [i.e., my wife and I] watched a fascinating episode of a documentary series about Michelangelo's religious beliefs. My microphone sold for 30 dollars. I did not see "The Mourners" at the Dallas Museum of Art. Life is like a boardwalk over a wetlands.

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