Thursday February 3 2011

Just after 6 p.m. I wake up.

Breakfast: English Muffin with Peanut Butter. Pummelo (an ancestor of a grapefruit, for those who don’t like the bitter taste of a grapefruit). Orange Juice.

Elliott stops by randomly—we go to Trader Joe’s together for a little grocery shopping. There’s an older lady, maybe in her 50’s, with extremely wrinkled skin that Elliott points out to me in the store. Her face looks like it has a permanent disgruntled frown on it. We try to hold in our laughter.

Fixing the cigarette lighter in my car and organizing some things—Kenneth lets me borrow his headband flashlight. Man, this is so convenient. I can see why he wears this thing all the time—allowing you to see everything in front of you in the dark without the hassle of holding a flashlight, and you’re hands are free to work.

Lunch: Grilled Cheese with Tomato. Salt n Vinegar Chips. Honey Green Tea.

Finishing Spiral [2007].


Counting quarters. I think I finally figured out the best and quickest technique. Found a coin from 1934.

Grabbing dinner to go.

Newspaper Route.

Dinner: Kenneth’s Roast Pork and Potatoes. Rice and Mixed Vegetables.

Listening to Coast to Coast on the radio. It’s been a while since I’ve listened to this show. A lot of talk about the recent UFO sighting over Dome Rock in Jerusalem. There’s video footage from a two or three different witnesses. Of course, there is a lot of speculation on whether it’s a hoax or not, but check it out for yourself. It’s quite surreal:

Eating Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits from Hardee’s and Milk.

Hayley Ingram had a dream:

“Last night I had a dream I rented a bus and took all of these weird little children with me, drove through these mountains, this long, never ending journey just to make it to 1623... the strangest thing .. .. .”

Practicing at the storage unit. Fixing up “Allison”, Tokyo’s old car top carrier, on the wagon.

Filling up air in my tires—was incredibly low and uneven.

Sleep 10:30 a.m.

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