Your new efforts sound very therapeutic. When I was a young buck of 26 or so I did a stone masonry course with my brother where we learned to lay bricks and split stone for walls which are no doubt not too dissimilar to the ones you will be working on. I think you will like that and it's good to lay something down or repair something others can enjoy. I think you will really dig that. A change of pace sounds good. I am happy for you and imagine it will please your family to have you closer.
Next year I will be driving the trucks which will be a good change for me. My body has the appearance of being in great nick but for some time now has been blowing some engines and I will need to schedule some time in the hangar to get that fixed up. I keep getting faster - so it is a good thing my number and opportunity for change has come up.
Would love to see what style you paint
and I look forward to the draw of your writing. Thanks for the update mate.
I like your adjustments on my stuff. The brackets and the retarded way that forces a slowdown much the same as my sleek version. When you have passed I'll adopt the process as if it was my original work. I guess I mean thank you, for bothering to show up, for reading my work, for tinkering with my work. In my world it brings to mind the commonplace phrase, "why would you bother?" and a smile.
What are you busy working away at?
Do you still have a magic carpet?
How are you adjusting to life at the rest home?
I had a wheel alignment done after they replaced my back tires (one of which had had a sharpish leak). So I had time to fill while they did that. I ate some decentish food and took my sweet ass time doing it, still 1.2hrs left. Window shopping blah blah blah and eventually I passed a tattoo shop. Long story short after about twenty yrs of wanting a nose piercing like Lenny Kravitz I finally got one. Just a stock stud in there right now until it heals. I do believe I love it.
Woke up this morning. Same back right hand side tire was flat.