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Pretty much overcast and 67˚F. At least it's much warmer today. Yesterday was genuinely miserable, cold and rainy and not the lest bit like May.

Yesterday, I worked on the "The Eldritch Alphabētos" and did 878 words for "H is for Hound." And I mostly finished packing the big case in the middle parlor. Late in the afternoon, we drove over to College Hill, to the corner of Arnold and Brook streets, so I could photograph the lizards above the front door of the Jane Kelly House (circa 1840, see photo below).

Last night, we watched Elia Kazan's A Face in the Crowd (1957), a darkly brilliant film that comes as close as anything did to predicting the rise of the Horror Clown.

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If you find something sexist or racist or whatever-ist, just fucking come out and say so, instead of getting all mealy-mouthed and condescending with shit like "troubling" and "worrying" and, worst of all, "problematic." Please.

Later,
CRK




4:14 p.m.

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everville340
May. 20th, 2018 04:18 pm (UTC)
The lizards are an unexpected piece of architecture. Thank you for chronicling their beautiful existence. I've had to change up something planned; I hope the move (and preparations) continue to carry out smoothly for you, in spite of any disruption to comfort and routine.

[Edited for a wayward preposition.]

Edited at 2018-05-20 04:20 pm (UTC)
Brett Davidson
May. 21st, 2018 09:40 am (UTC)
Moving a cat
This weekend, when helping a friend move, I was official cat wrangler. For what it's worth, it seems that a cat purring sound effect on a relaxation app helped soothe her moggy when he was locked in a cage and being driven to the new home.
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