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Overcast and warm this morning. Currently, it's 65˚F out there.

Yesterday, at 2 p.m., we'd reached 90˚F.

I spent the day figuring out what to do with each letter of "The Eldritch Alphabētos (A Lovecraftian Primer)," A-Z, discovering Lovecraft seemed to have a phobia of Q, and then I read through Chapter One of The Tindalos Asset and went over some of my notes for the novella. I hope to work on the primer today.

Last night, it was too hot in here to cook, so we had tuna fish with avocado and tomato and watched the new episodes of RuPaul's Drag Race and The Expanse.


6:12 p.m.


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Marc D. Goldfinger
May. 4th, 2018 04:46 pm (UTC)
A lesson in impermanence
My partner in marriage was taking me to the doctor this morning. One of the types of doctors that men see when they hit their 70's.

Nine months ago, Mary Esther bought what was going to be her final car, a beautiful Toyota. We were making a left turn to get onto Rte 9 East and two lanes of traffic had stopped for us when a car whipped out of the right lane and sped up in the far right lane and hit us so hard that our car actually spun around in a full 360 degree circle.

Needless to say, we're both grateful that we weren't seriously physically hurt, but we were psychologically traumatized; still afraid to go back out. Nothing is permanent. I meditate regularly and I'm not bragging when I say that; just grateful that I do it; Mary Esther does it too. We're sitting in the upstairs apartment and recovering.

The good news is I'm really glad I bought Houses Under The Sea from Centipede Press. We all need something good, right? Thanks for being there Caitlin.
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