(1) Back in California, the Kids were calling me an “old man” even when I was still in my thirties. Up here in Idaho, none of the Kids call me old even though I am old.
(2) You get some bang for your buck with this LG external CD writer that goes for about $25 at Wal-Mart. You not only can burn but also play your CDs on it. I guess it can also write & play DVD’s as well–a realm I’ve not yet broached–but I believe I can now rent some decent movies for free at the library.
(3) I had been vomiting pretty regularly in the mornings till I learned of this diagnosis. Its been a long time now since I’ve vomited–well over three months, I believe.
(4) I’ve not yet finished selecting the twelve songs for the online album, but I’ve burned a number of CD’s to take to the Farmer’s Market this morning. There are only three of them left this season, and I don’t want to miss any of them. The Farmer’s Market here is a great community event, and it also has two busking stations and a stage for a live band, mostly all booked every Saturday. It’s a great way to connect with people in the community.
(5) With the better weather, I’ve been spending more time in nature again. With the bicycle still broken, I’m getting into a lot of long brisk walking. I walked seven miles yesterday, and throughout had interesting thoughts that I recorded in a voice memo on my iPhone. If I could regain and retain some of the freedoms I knew when I was homeless, without actually becoming homeless again, I bet I would live an incredibly rich and rewarding life.
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