Wednesday, March 31, 2010

kitty showin another way

good thing my tax return is big this year because i already spent that shit!
multiply that by the last six years of my life
minus bailouts from family, mysterious proctors, dhs
plus bailing out friends
and money disappearing
carry through every echelon all the bad decisions that seemed good at the time
not a regret scorecard but a vigilant audit

twenty two years of living in michigan
five years in oscoda
ten in alpena
one in ann arbor
almost six in ypsi
recently feeling anxious and nervous the moment i wake
figuring how much i can extend it
realizing my resources have been soft for some time
in a way that's no longer easy but satisfying a sadness
to me i wonder
kneeling down to look past a tall grass
trying to see what comes next

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

all the time i has to say it like wah wa ah ah

if anyone has a decent digital camera laying around

Monday, March 29, 2010

spring moon

got these from:

Friday, March 26, 2010

Sunday, March 14, 2010

dr milani says excitations

I took these with a Pentax 115m iqzoom that I bought at VW not long ago. I'm still haven't found a replacement point and shoot that I liked as much as Keith's Yashica.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Vacation all I ever wanted

All these pictures are from my visit in Asheville, except the horses. It was a personal trip goal of mine to pet a horse and feed it an apple. I was sooo close to that goal; we stopped in a city called Horse Cave in Kentucky just before sundown, and 2 miles off the exit we see these 3 nice horses way out in the field. Fred was nervous about approaching them because of potential angry farmers, but we checked it out anyways. I call out to these horses and wave my apple, after a short pause they come bounding toward me only to stop about midfield (where I took the photo) and look at eachother as if to say "you think this is cool? probs not, maybe?, but nahhhh" I call out to them in my best horse talk, wave the apple again and then they start up a shy trot toward me until Fred hears an angry neighbor announce our presence... so we dash off before I could meet these beasts but saw them go up to the fence to scope if we had left them a present.