Added February, 2009 to the tumbleweed post on some other blog I have.
"A tumbleweed by the road on Indian School near Pennsylvania. Not tumbling. Just being. On the right near the car ahead, in the first of the three photos:"
And I saved some mountain photos from the past few days, to illustrate a Donovan song, and what's been going on outside. Possibly as boring as the tubleweed, but I like it.
First there is a mountain...
...then there is.
The first one I saved because of the two big lines of clouds, all symmetrical and all. On flatland it's hard to get scale on clouds, but these clouds are up higher than a mountain that's a mile high and four or five miles long (high I know; length I'm guessing). Strongbad is on the window as a scarecrow to birds who might fly into it.
Then there were me and Holly earlier today:
And the other day on Facebook people were writing what smelled good to them, and I was inspired to make bread, and thence cheese sandwiches for me and Brett. The bread is "spaghetti bread"—Italian seasonings and parmesan cheese. The toppings are tomato, scallion, sauteed mushrooms and avocado with Swiss cheese. THAT is what Facebook has done for me lately.
And then my computer. I have a laptop now, after never having had one. And here is the setup I was using the other day to edit the WoW chat with Kirby—the file open on the desktop and the editor open on the laptop. In case anyone pictures me very organized and living in a pristine environment cleaned by my administrative assistant and file clerk, you share my fantasy, and now I will share my reality.
But here's some more reality: That chat is readable, as are the ones with Pam and with Ren (still being tweaked, but available). WoW, Pam and Ren. Maybe a little messy, but not as messy as my office is.