Tuesday, March 17, 2009


Today in my creative writing class a 28 year old guy named Golden, who is a sci-fi loyalist, got up and announced a D&D tournament coming up. I might go.

The Nordic had that delicious tapioca, mandarin orange, pineapple salad I love at the salad bar today.

I finally discovered what is going on in my head.

Friday I watched Amelie, a foreign French film, while drinking a ginger beer and eating popcorn, and I think I've discovered what beauty really is. Life is just an endless rehearsal of a show that will never play and Without you today's emotions would be the scurf of yesterday's.

Saturday I ate Thai, watched a rendition of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Dr. Heiddeger's Experiment and Young Goodman Brown at the Black Box Theatre, and danced some emotions out at the banana house.

I burn my Biscotti candle frequently even though candles aren't allowed here. I don't freaking care.

I ran today and it felt like my mind could breath deeply for the first time in weeks. Uh, I love that feeling.


iBo said...

I don't know why, but I really like this post. I think I've always been kind of scared of writing too fragmented but this works. You know what I mean?

Here is some validation.

Beauty in the simple things of life.

Matthew R. Hall, Esq. said...

I enjoy the little details you share on your blog. It's endearing.

The description of running--yeah, that's exactly it. I don't know why it feels that way, but you named it.