Thursday, June 24, 2010

To die in Wales would be a bit inauspicious, but I'm o.k. with that.
In fact, the problem with dying is that the whole act of it is quite inauspicious. We die, things go on. Shame.

Friday, June 11, 2010

If you work truthfully, feed yourself well, 'get plenty rest' and drink plenty of water you won't really have much time left over to do the things that damage you. Unless of course you do them in your sleep.

A lawn or a woman. You won't have time for both.

I do everything with such goddamn ceremony that I think I need a therapist.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

A lawn is a living creature that never stops begging.

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

What I remember is, of the things I loved about 'The Myth of Sisyphus' is that Camus tried to lose most of his readers in the first one hundred pages.

One thing I noticed when I was didn't bother me to come in second.
Not that it Never bothered me, .................just that generally it didn't.

I know some American Indians used sage....from the candle shop, Todd learned it and burnt it, wish I had some now ........... I try thyme and chives.

One of the good things about art is that you can look at it repeatedly and it gives back a different picture every time, like nature; it's different than t.v. Not static.