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mother's fury

there's a luminous, orangey hue blanketing much of southern california today. the above photo suggests a golden hour dusk, but it was taken only moments ago, around 12:45 pm.

my heart goes out to all those who are suffering right now.

i've been thinking about what i might throw in a car at a moment's notice should the wind shift, a spark fly, or a match strike. it may sound odd, but my art would be the last on the list. our dog, turtles, photos and important documents would be the first. and not to discount the loss and insurmountable pain these victims are going through, but i could almost imagine myself being at peace with the sight of all my worldly possessions going up in smoke.

erase the slate. like one big do-over.

after all, we don't take this stuff with us when we die....


Oct. 23rd, 2007 10:08 pm (UTC)
indeed, we could be next. you're lucky you're very portable.

i look at the fire maps and realize we're completely surrounded by fire, almost as if we're the eye of the storm.

it's so very eerie.
Oct. 24th, 2007 07:58 pm (UTC)
god your right.
i am so very unportable.

fortunately i live in the uk
where it always rains.

we have the best weather for unportability.
good luck fire victims.
Oct. 24th, 2007 08:02 pm (UTC)
and should it flood, you'll have plenty of unportables to float on!
sure wish you could teleport some of that britt water our way....

hey, can you give me the link to your new CD again? i seem to have misplaced it, along with my brain. thankee.
Oct. 24th, 2007 08:16 pm (UTC)
meteor strike cover
i live on the first floor so i've got that one covered too.

britain 2050: the worlds biggest water exporter.

http://recrea.org/audio/sea of random/
Oct. 24th, 2007 11:30 pm (UTC)
Re: meteor strike cover
just gave it a listen....

you are one smooth operator!

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