Decided to post today after all because I’m all hanging out in the hometown and feeling cool about it. Having a fried bologna sandwich at Empire State South, one of the first things I ever learned to make:
It’s a good. Starting to check back in on the work projects and have been blissfully unaware of the world for a few days. Save one topic that keeps rolling around in my head, but that’s not really for public consumption. I’ll just say that I remember once reading that Reese Witherspoon, when she started to become successful, felt a pang of “so there” to all those people who thought she wouldn’t make it or were content to let her slip out of their lives because they thought she wasn’t good enough for them or was too much of…whatever…or didn’t perfectly match their preconceptions or possessed the personality quirks that led them to walk away from Reese Effing Witherspoon (I know right?). I like that story, even though I recognize that maybe taking joy in the knowledge that someone is ultimately too stupid to know what they have in front of them is perhaps not the most loving way to approach these things. Not sure quite where I’m going with that but suffice to say sometimes I think I may feel something similar. Hell, sometimes I feel it already. How’s that for two adverbs used probably incorrectly but appropriate colloquially? Sorry for being the English geek but it’s where I started and pretty sure is there for good.
Anyway, Modest Mouse is playing overhead and I’m going to bounce. “Alright already we’ll all float on…” Here’s something so wickedly cool to entertain you till we chat again: