Wednesday, May 13, 2015
That's What People Do
Life is flux. I understand that. It is awful, though, especially to older systems. Younger systems can withstand change and rebound, at least for awhile. To the well established, older systems, however, change is usually devastating.
I'm speaking of ecosystems, of course. I know this from my old days as a student of zoology at the university. And beyond.
But I always figured that would translate well for people, too. Flux and poor choices. I've made some.
But let me focus on some of the positive things right now. Last night, I tried a new sushi place on the Boulevard. My oh my!!!! My life is enhanced. It is one of the best places I've been in my life. Not only is the sushi the freshest and tastiest I've ever had (and the seaweed salad, etc) but the waitresses are a spectacular show, made up and dressed to the nines as they say. And the music is my music. I mean the stuff I love. All of this a simple half mile from my house. I will go broke eating there (they are very proud), but it is a good way to go to the poorhouse. I'm in love, I'm in love.
And I am planning to get away at the end of the month for a week of learning to make platinum prints in New Mexico. I will research the rest of the trip today. I must say that I am looking forward to it.
So there is that. Let's stick with the good. I will simplify my life again and things will become clearer. I had a lot of shocks to the system yesterday, but with luck. . . it will all work out.
Let's hope. As Don Draper says, "That's what people do."
Posted by cafe selavy at 8:33 AM