Tag: life

the fall

the fall

This week the weather was summery, with highs in the 80s. It’s already September. On Monday I was thinking how long until the weather changed and then the next day the highs were in the 70s. The weather has changed. The kind of change where in LA you can wear shorts or not. Wear a…

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random June thoughts

random June thoughts

In LA there’s a “season” called June gloom, which is basically cloudy days with cool temperatures. For locals the lack of constant sun can turn someone into a depressed person, as if they are severely deficient in Vitamin D and moping about as if the world is ending. Personally, I love the June gloom. The…

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running away (or running to stand still)

running away (or running to stand still)

A theme that I’ve noticed in myself and some of my friends in conversation is the thought of running away. Just getting out of the car, just leaving the house, just leaving the country. All because of the same thing: not liking the present situation for whatever very deep and difficult reason(s). It’s comforting to…

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cat tech

cat tech

I don’t like cats. Well, not true. I like cats only when they’re behaved and spayed/neutered. Any other cat, I hate. HATE. Apologies to any cat-loving readers; I hope we can still be friends. There’s no reason to hate unless there’s a reason to hate. I have a reason to hate. I have an outdoor…

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random fact

random fact

Did you know that if you take hot showers the steam can shrink the gaskets of your shower door hinge, therefore making it difficult to open that door, even causing the tempered glass to chip when you try to open the door? And the solution is to change out the gasket with a new one…

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knocking on heaven’s door

knocking on heaven’s door

Got to chat with my neighbor tonight and he told me that during the past couple months he was very ill, and I had no idea. He is recovering and I am glad that he’s doing better. However, this makes me wonder about a few things, mostly about life, death, and the people around us.…

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