23 February, 2009

"It was odd, though, he thought, that while the notion of this flying was his, and he would be the driving force behind the carrying out of this plan, he needed another person, this new person in his world, to enable him to do it. He didn't want to do this flying alone; he would rather not do it than do it without her. But if he asked her to fly with him, and she expressed reservations, or was not inspired, would he stay with her? Could he? He decides that he would not. If she does not drive in the van with the wings carefully folded, he will have to leave, smile and leave, and then he will look again. But when and if he finds another companion, he knows his plan will not be for flying. It will be another plan with another person, because if he goes flying close to the Earth it will be with her."

Above is an excerpt from 'About the Man Who Began Flying After Meeting Her' in How We are Hungry by Dave Eggers

The photos above are of Jill and my feet during our venture cross country back in 2000.

P.S Its fun to see my photo in a grouping with other photos over at Jen's blog. Thank you for the mention, Jen.

21 February, 2009

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A few scenes of me in the kitchen above making myself a snack or working on a recipe.

Daily aphorism:

Everything has been thought of before, but the difficulty is to think of it again.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)