The first thing my computer said after I hit the power button was "Where have you been?"
Well, not really but that is what it felt like as for the past six to eight weeks it had mostly been OFF as I didn't have the mental energy to sit down and do anything with craziness swirling from daily life..and I hated it.
When you can't stop at your usual port for repairs the gears start to wind up and get knotted.
Every time I tried to find a balance, the swing would go in the opposite direction.
Now the knots are unwinding. Screen goes on, research subject is happy, and oh boy so am I.
My sneakers were happy too ( and incidentally will need to be replaced soon). Walked over familiar haunts, seeing things as if for the first time, retracing steps over and over, not caring how long it would take, as long as it got me back to the clarity that I need in order to function.
Walked from Harlem to Chinatown and looped back around again. Faded ghost signs, architecture, sunlight that lasted longer than snippets gleaned in the morning, urban silence..
..now back to the antics of that cranky ghost in the fedora...
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