Monday, November 23, 2015

Domestic Alien

 This^was the last one taken, the one I was looking for.The rest, the "trip to get there," should enlarge to the light box by click, but things go wonky when I drag and drop in here, so I'm not sure...

Aliens living in the walls, having turned the microwave into a transporter, are stealing my iron skillets.

Things go wonky when I drag and drop in here, so these are kinda haphazardly "arranged," But I kinda like it.
Kinda like ignorance interfaced with algorithmic quirk.


Saturday, November 14, 2015

20 Things Only ADHD (Highly Creative) People Would Understand

 An article via Facebook via Go For Health via Life Hack.

"18. They have difficulty finishing projects.
The initial stage of the creative process is fast moving and charged with excitement. Often, they will abandon projects that are too familiar in order to experience the initial flow that comes at the beginning."  -- From the article, which is linked in the post title, or you can go HERE.

Most of it seems to fit me like a glove, with maybe an exception or two. I'm still not sure what ADHD has to do with it though, unless it's just that there are striking similarities.

Pretty interesting article, though. And fun, if you find yourself in there.


Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Reynold's Park, Nov.8, 2015: Clear Blue Skies, at last

After 5 consecutive days of complete gray, dismal, depressing, pale, high thin cloud cover - of a sort I never saw for 15 yrs. in Texas, but that I remembered shortly after my return to NE Arkansas as a major contributor to my mopey sad-sack depressed feeling/attitude/condition, in these parts. I won't show you pictures of that depressing kind of sky, because in their presence I'm generally too discouraged to go out and make any.

...when they break, the most uplifting, moist, rich forever blue is revealed. I looked forward to this when I headed back for Paragould.

We have a lot more great old trees here, too.


Monday, November 9, 2015

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

November Fog 1

Looking across west Court St. into Paragould High School (or whatever they call it now) parking lot. Nov.1 just after midnight. Digital photo.

Monday, November 2, 2015