Monday, April 03, 2006

There's nothing and then there's nothing, learn to spot the difference

The important thing to remember is not to panic. That's a bit of a conversation killer, but a useful tip nonetheless.

I did not do anything this weekend, which is exactly the way I like it. Watching the weather wander past, the big clouds proud and haughty like wealthy dowagers, the sky flipping between sunny and grey like a carnival ride. And books, how I miss you when I am not well; how could I ever forget the wonder of reading books?

Some weekends I do nothing and nearly weep from frustration. This weekend I do nothing and almost melt with contentment. To quote no-one specific, it's a strange old life.


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