Sunday, January 22, 2006

Almost February

New York did not have the obnoxious snow and wet filthy conditions it usually has in January. The drifts can get large the piles of things to traverse become large, everything is wet - and beneath it all lies dog do which is also large.

a pretty picture is a pretty picture

I am on the phone right now with a friend of mine from Santa Fe. He is a piece. "Give them what they want not what you want. Dont think about it too much." He cracks me up. You better hang.

He lives in such a beautiful town, fresh air, nice hills and a nice house.

I most definitely did not get the 'razor shave' I said I was going to get, who knows if I ever will. I did get the disappointing hair cut that was seemingly less than what I normally can do for myself.
I fixed the haircut.
I dont know how easy it would be
to fix a botched straight razor shave.

Anyway, it is the month of Romance approaching, it will be interesting to watch all the roosters attracting the hens.

The Fighting Roosters And The Eagle
(an aesops fable)

were fiercely fighting for the mastery of the farmyard.
One at last put the other to flight.

The vanquished Rooster skulked away and hid himself in a quiet
corner, while the conqueror, flying up to a high wall,
flapped his wings and crowed exultingly with all his might.
An Eagle sailing through the air pounced upon him and carried him off in his talons.
The vanquished Rooster immediately came out of his corner,
and ruled henceforth with undisputed mastery.
Pride goes before destruction.


Ingrid said...

your current moon chart makes everything seem faster

doggybloggy said...

faster? how so?

A Girl From Texas said...

I like the first picture a lot.

Ingrid said...

sometimes when you keep track of something it makes it seem longer, like watching the second hands on a clock when your waiting for something to end, but other times keeping track of something makes everything seem faster. The moon is obviously going about it's usual cycle but watching it on your chart makes me realize that time is moving faster then I thought.

doggybloggy said...

Thats what I thought you meant but an even cooler thing to keep track of that makes things seem even more cyclical is watching the number of daylight minutes and hours between sunrise and sunset. today for example there were 10 hours and 25 minutes of daylight, way up from december when there were only nine hours...but in new mexico there were 10 hours and 47 minutes...they have 22 more minutes...I feel ripped off

doggybloggy said...

plus....I just love full moons.

A Girl From Texas said...

I like full moons, too. My favorite is when it rises in the east behind our skyline. It is absolutely phenomenol.

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