I'll be sure to pray to Dog for you regarding that snow, tffb. ;-)
Doing pretty good, thank you. Kind of a write-y/reminisce-y day on this end, a day in which it almost seems writing could matter in some "How did we not encounter each other sooner?" kind of way - despise knowing what ridiculous hoping against hope that tends to be.
Light snow falling here, as a matter of fact. But it's nearly 5:00pm local time, so it'll soon be too dark to see the flakes save for lucky unnatural lighting reflections off them. (Or so it feels right to imagine....)
(as the Jose Feliciano (sp?) remake of The Doors' "Light My Fire" plays in the background...)
Very happy despite staring at a screen, a world within a world within a world... in mind's appraisal/modeling, of course.
And you? How about riffing on some minimalism and/or acid for us, here, huh? :-)
I'll do just that. I'll drop a minimalist amount of acid in the amount of zero doses ;)
I'm guessing you're in the Midwest, but no geoinquiring about WHERE you are, from what I can tell on the bloggo. I assume you are in Illinois (or roundabouts there) and experiencing the same snow we are getting here.
Either way, the screen within a world, within a fiber optic cable, within a phone, within a Midwestern state probably isn't as bad as some folks may have it.
Stay good, Inq :)
Yo, dose-master T! ;-)
Midwest, born and raised. But a whimsical encounter near the end of college had me relocating to the "upstate New York" region for years and years. Returned to midsection due to similarly whimsical events. I promise I'll write the entire biography the day I attain unto a 10,000 reads write.as post. :-)
I'm not in Illinois now, though. I rather despise Illinois, actually - a feeling I imagine originated in my dad occasionally expressing disgust for their making us pay highway tolls even as they ran roughshod over our idyllic Wisconsin.
I've also been underwhelmed in/by Chicago a handful of times, a seeming joke for a large city to someone that used to "Fritz the Cat" New York City, so to speak.