https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iEP4qXQszg Recorded in 1972Lyrics & Music: R. Miller Old toy trains, little toy tracks Little toy drums coming from a sack Carried by a man dressed in white and red Little boy, don't you think it's time you were in bed? Close your eyes Listen to the skies All is calm, all is well Soon … Continue reading Nana Mouskouri: Old toy trains
3 sides, 5 top, or so the hairdresser said when she readied the razor. I'm never really sure what I want done, so I just sort of let the stylists decide. Trust in their professionalism is my thinking, and what I describe to whatever random cutter I get when I walk-in. "Just do whatever you … Continue reading Hair style
I like to think of myself as creative. Maybe sometimes think artistic. It's creative thinking. I have done things, achieved great heights, produced something to be proud of; in my mind. The harsh truth: it's too much work to make it real. Art without working is an empty place. It doesn't exist. Outside my mind … Continue reading The artist, not the art
Shift of purpose. Shift of focus. Shift of life. Working the night shift at a factory. Start Monday. Packing boxes will be my jive. Four to midnight. Shifts.
I'm listening to tunes. Pulsating beats. Supposedly designed to aid study. Thought, I hope. Or maybe just memorize. The wavelengths are linked to my mind. Sound. I wait for my turn in a race. A video game. I've driven thousands of kilometers on virtual asphalt. My study has been drifting with a Xbox controller. I've … Continue reading Waiting
Photos during one of the final snowfalls of the season. March 2019.
Airpods 2 Wireless charging is the only big update on the airpods. The other options is just Apple greed.
I only have to say where I worked. Not details. Just job title and place. Time. Will discuss details in person. But I don’t feel to write it, so I won’t. That part is done. I’m not ready to extract the lesson from it. Still too raw. Suffice to say I worked at newspapers. Thomas … Continue reading Resume
So I’m starting getting to the point that I need a little money coming in. Sure I’ve got my savings, and thanks to my younger self and a few investments I made, I can go for a little bit longer with no discernible source of income. But that time is fast approaching. Work must begin. … Continue reading Employment, or needing a job