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Life is only what you wonder.

Wednesday, December 10, 2003

To Take You To A New Landscape Is My Mandate

It's the kind of day where you don't have anything you need to do.
No laundry. No grocery shopping. No cleaning the house because you did all of that yesterday, remember?
There's nothing you particularly want to do either.
Maybe you'll read a book later.
Maybe after that, when you're bored of staying in, you'll go out.
Or maybe not.
It's the kind of day where you don't shave, and just let the stubble grow a little more.
It's the kind of day where you sit and listen to the dripping of the snow melting on the roof and let your mind drift.
It's the kind of day where you sit around in your loungewear, watching TV, with a humongus bowl of pistachios on your lap, and just munch, munch, munch away. Which, incidently, is what I just got finished doing.
While I was sitting there, eating my bowl o' nuts, I thought about how weird it would be if aliens were watching me and making a documentary.

"Observe the human as he uses his articulate appendages (called 'fingers') to peel open the nut and then pop pop it in his mouth. Notice he does this without ever taking his eyes of the rectagular sreen of moving images. The people of Earth call those screens 'television' and it's one of thier favorite activities."

Yes, it's a day for weird thoughts. I have those every once in awhile.
You probably do too.