Sunday, July 21, 2019


When did they start making the weekends so short? There had to have been at least 20 more hours in a weekend in the past. Whoever shortened the weekend needs to be dealt with severely.

I'm beginning to suspect they're shortening the nights, too. After turning forty, I started noticing how tired I feel in the mornings. I swear I'm missing an hour or so of sleep.

Also, I think I'm being poisoned. There's this puffy layer showing up around my mid-section. I try to make sure that the source of all the steak and cake I eat is clean, but the amount of pudge keeps growing.

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Seeing It All

Nothing's ever straight-forward. There's always some english put on it and some veil covering the truth. Nobody wants to expose too much of what's real.

Reality can be terrifying. It can also be reassuring. It would just be nice to see it... all of it.

Friday, July 19, 2019

Real Life Lock

There must be some kind of combination lock on life. At some point, the combinations were handed out. I must've been absent that day, or lost the combination card. I've been spinning that dial ever since.

Thursday, July 18, 2019

They Love Their BBQ

I love all kinds of food, but I've had enough barbeque for a while.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019


Watching the world go by can be easier than taking part. There's no requirement for interaction. The effort level is practically nothing, in comparison.

It's safer, too. The risk is minimal to simply observe. At the end of the day, very little is ventured.

Very little is gained, though. To see returns, there have to be investments. Investments require effort; effort requires interaction.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019


A day of planes and travel ends in good food and a comfy bed. Eyes heavy. *Yawn*

Monday, July 15, 2019

Don't Know What You've Got Till It's Gone

It's so easy to get accustomed to having things that it takes being without them to realize the level to which they're relied upon. The internet is one of those things. The world wide web has crept into every aspect of life. Then, Charter cuts a fiber bundle and half the country loses their connection to the world.