July 9, 2010
My neighbors are worried about me being alone without a certain woman to take care of me. Both Bob and his wife Lynn, my neighbors to the south, came over last night to make sure I am alive. Then at about 8:30 Tom Augherton came up the hill and knocked on the door, looked around and turned on the lights (I didn't hear him). Then he called and I talked to him for a few minutes. Nice to know they care, but glad I wasn't doing anything illegal at that time.
Working on a batch of mule march images:
And a closeup up of a Jack mule saying: "Yo no soy gelding!"
This morning I combined these elements for a big, cinematic scenario set piece:
Not what I had in my mind's eye (it never is), but I had to get over a thousand obstacles to bring this piece together. Gee I wonder what ol' Irving has to say about this?
"Some minds seem almost to create themselves, springing up under every disadvantage and working their solitary but irresistible way through a thousand obstacles."
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