Daily Archives: July 22, 2001

The rest of today was

The rest of today was O. K. Spent the morning fiddling with my computer. I installed another 256MB RAM into it on Thursday and ever since, it has been crashing like crazy. Tomorrow I think that I will take it out and return it to the company for a new memory module.
When up to Antioch to see Suzanneand then we headed off to her Grandmother house for a little while. Then we went to Fairfield where we saw Kiss Of The Dragon with faeriequeen, joe_black, and convalescence. A bit too bloody for Suzanne’s taste, but it wasn’t a bad American attempt at a Hong Kong action flick. Afterwards, we went to the Rice Kitchen, were we talked about clowns and mimes (clowns are demons and mimes are clown assassins; silent and deadly), Trader Joe’s (it’s a gateway to Hell), Apple computers (**rolling my eyes**) among other things. The food was O. K. but the company def. made it better.
Anything else? Watching Babylon 5 has got me yearning for space combat, so I am starting to play X-Wing again. I never did destroy the Death Star, so I think I will be playing that for awhile. Then after, I can switch roles and play TIE Fighter. Or maybe I’ll play both. Hmmmmm
O. K. I need to take some pink stuff for the Chinese Food in my stomach and then I think that I will hit the sack.
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Chasing the moon to San Francisco…

Did anybody see the moon tonight? Comming home from Suzanne’s, I saw it in the sky hanging over the Vallajo/Benicia skyline. It seemed so close to the sky; like if I turned towards Hwy 80, I could reach out and grab it by time I was in Davis or Sacramento. But I decided to be the grownup that supposily I am and turned toward Hwy 24 and home.
But has I was driving on Hwy 24, going through the hills and valleys of Layfette and Orinda, I could see the moon, peeking over the hills and through the trees, begging me to run with it over the hills and through the valleys.
So I spead, which is usually impossible in the Metro, but tonight the Metro zoomed on the highway, weaving in and out of traffic, chasing the moon, always seemingly getting closer and closer.
I flew out of the Caldecott Tunnel and around the Oakland Hills, expecting to find the moon waiting for me. But has I came around that hill, I caught a fleeting glimpse of the moon, slowly falling asleep, pulling the thick San Francisco fog over it, like a fluffy down comforter.
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