This is where his head is at lately:
Down the hall upstairs from me
There's a girl I swear I never see
I hear the ringing of her phone
She must live up there all alone
She hangs her clothes out on the line
They're hanging there right next to mine
And if the wind should blow just right
She could be in my arms tonight
keys. I got lost in that concept of 'no keys'... too many keys _is_
indicative of a complex life... just never thought about it that way.
Actually, sailing does that for you by puting your life in
If you sail, you soon learn to accept and use what mother nature gives
you, on her terms, or you can continue to be an "A" type and frustrate
the hell out of your self, maybe end up with a pile of "stuff", still
wanting more and probably fighting the onset of ulsers.
You get past The Weavers, The Kingston Trio or Pete Seeger as a
single, and I'm lost.
You got it.
The freedom to tell the world to kiss my rear end and accept the
think Lew is a latent hippy. :-)
I understand. I used to sail to beautiful islands just fifteen or so
miles offshore, that at certain times of the year I had completely to
myself. Baffled by that being the case, but grateful and never more
contented than when on one of those trips.
I had a revelation a few years back and determined that simplification
should be the primary goal. Unfortunately, SWMBO is a firm believer
in and works diligently toward complication without even realizing she
is doing so.
I happened to look at ours the other day and was surprised it actually
had the right time. You can tell I really care a lot about what time the
water softener has.
Now, for the time being my garage thermostat's right. I might or might
not reset it next DST. (New thermostat, programmable. Trying to save
some propane by not keeping things as warm.)
You can only do so much with caulk, cardboard, and duct tape.
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