Archive for May, 2000

In The Face Of Adversity

05.23.00 Tuesday Looking back, I have this to regret, that too often when I loved, I did not say so. – David Grayson. Finally, I have more to say than the usual complaints about the fact that my back has, once again, decided to teach me a lesson in humility. The weekend was a lot […]

Welcome Excuses

05.19.00 Friday Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. – Julia S. Lang, British Broadcaster I pushed the button to close the elevator doors, swung around to see in the elevator mirrors just how I was about to appear and barring the missing loop in my belt, decided all was well. It brought back some […]

What ifs

05.16.00 Tuesday The past, at least, is secure. – Daniel Webster, US Congressman, US Senate, 1830 It’s 8:46 on Tuesday and I just got in from the office. The fridge is fuller than usual thanks to my parents but they are in Oakville and somehow I don’t feel much like eating. I have 14 minutes […]

Push To…

05.10.00 Thursday Hear the voices in my head I swear to god it sounds like they’re snoring But if you’re bored then you’re boring The agony and the irony, they’re killing me. – Harvey Danger, Flagpole Sitta’ It’s late. For the 3rd day this week I stayed until after 7:30 at the office, tying up […]

Possibilty Vs. Practicality

05.05.00 Friday I had visions I was in them I was looking into the mirror, to see a little bit clearer the rottenness and evil in me. – Harvey Danger, Flagpole Sitta’ It wasn’t until I had the full weight of the hardtop over my head, hands spread across the inside of the 300lb fiberglass […]

May 2000

May 2000. May 10. Well, I am back, at least to some degree. I gave up torturing myself after the first few days of May and just enjoyed the time away for the last few. It has been a strange relief. I will be filling this space tonight and with the arrival of my parents […]