Over the past few months I haven’t really put to much effort into writing. It would begin to appear that I do the most of my writing when I’m upset. That is something I find interesting because as of late I’ve been extremely sad.
Alas, it would seem as though my darling Kitty and I are not meant to be. I can’t handle the distance between us and neither of us have to much extra time on our hands to make the three hour trip. God, I wish I new that things would turn out okay in the end.
One of my friends told me “Believe that everything will turn out in the end, if it’s not alright it must not be the end.” I found out later he had taken it from the new movie The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Cheeky blighter. Haha
After a long time away from my blog it feels good to come back and read some of the old articles, look at the pictures, and just to say “Remember when,”.
I got a part time job working at a waterpark, not as a lifeguard, but on the maintenance crew. Which requires working odd hours through out the week. Honestly, some days all I can do is come home and fall asleep on the couch. It seems pulling me away from the things I love.
I saw my wonderful Kitty this past weekend. We cuddled, went swimming in lake, and then laid out on the dunes together. There was a beautiful sunset, then moon was out, I don’t even think she noticed it though. God, everyday I get to see her I’m so happy. It’s like a photograph, my problems fade out in the background and all that’s left is the perfect picture of her.
I don’t normally advocate throwing sharp objects at people.
It never really ends well. But, it’s a different story when a piece of pointy death is actually nerd craft that is made of safe mostly safe plexiglass. Last week i started on this after seeing a article on Instructables.com about making a Batarang similar to this one from the game Batman: Arkham Asylum.
This particular project of mine took about only ten to twelve hours total and was a complete success. It has the ability to snap into the open position with a flick of the wrist due to the placement of strong earth magnets embeded within the plexiglass.
I have tried to photo document my work on it as much as possible, enjoy…
Now all I need is years of intense martial arts training; a college level education in criminology, chemistry, physics, electronics and engineering, a british butler, a costume and I am all set to prowl the night.
Okay, so i’m writing this post from the bus terminal. I just thought that since I haven’t posted in a while and had some free time I might as well put it to some good use. But back to the topic at hand. My day started with waking up early. (well in my case early even with daylight saving time. I’m Still tried.) Then a half hour of trying to find matching socks. (Seriously, a hard thing to do in a family of my size. I have a amazing theory on what happens to them after you toss them in the drier, I’ll tell you all about it sometime.) Anyway, after Finally getting dropped of at the “Office”. (which was the main event of my day.) I quickly finished my work and proceeded to try to find a ride home. However luck was not with me. Both of the family cars were in use. I would be forced to walk the five miles home or I could wait for the city bus to come along.
Okay, so I found the right bus. It seems although I’ll be making two stops. One at the terminal and one at which I’ll need to walk a block to crossover to the next bus which will take me home. Easy right, I took maps. No sweat, I got this.
Ummm, a little draw back happened. Turns out I grabbed the wrong bus… It’s still cool though, cause the driver said he’d drop me of at the corner and i can get on one which crosses the path of the one I need.
ALRIGHT, I’m on the right bus! I understand why they call it “catching the bus” better now, it drove right past me and I had to chase it a block!
I guesses it’s my fault… I didn’t tell the driver of the crossover bus where I wanted to go. The bus i was just on Was the RIGHT one. But on it’s return trip… It had already past my drop off point.
So here I am, back at the terminal. I’ve definitively feel like I learned a important life lesson today. In a little bit my feet will do their job and I’ll be on my way. Five miles? I rested all day.
The Music Video for “Schroedinger’s Cat” a track by Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl — the duo better known as The Ghost of A Saber Tooth Tiger. Off of the band’s latest album, Acoustic Sessions, the “Schroedinger’s Cat” music video gives us a window into an unusual gathering of historical and pop culture icons, including Albert Einstein, Mozart, Marilyn Monroe, Amelia Earhart, Genghis Khan, Nikola Tesla, played by an equally as unusual group of present day musicians (Albert Hammond Jr. Cat Pierce, Adam Green) who converge on Union Pool to watch a mystical dance performance.
Seriously, what a lucky man Sean Lennon. Great voice, creativity, and looks. An stunning girl by his side and his father is the one and only John Lennon. And his music is so damn good. What else can you ask for?