Old friend Alex asked me a while ago how I can do that "nothing happening" thing I do all the time. I guess it is a thing I do. It's a special quality that I have partly through karate and it's way of seeing things. Karate is really good at not speaking instead of saying something, and that changes things, somehow.
It's because pieces need to come back together before I might have things happening, like with a group of friends: and I think particularly of how much my Oregon friends would like my friends from Berkeley, if they were to meet. I can guarantee there'd be some frisky dancing, some Hendrix, a bit of Pink Floyd, and delve into the deep meaning ....I mean, get high and play some music.
I mean, I have things happening...karate, music, but ....I see why I had to get out of the Berkeley scene..... no place, etc.
But given that I might have been talked about a bit, so what? What good is that doing me now?
On the other hand, things aren't so bad. You could say that karate and family support got me to where I am today
Monday, April 18, 2016
Sunday, April 17, 2016
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Wednesday, April 13, 2016
today in the countryside it was hotter than a crotch. I stood alone upon a hill and all I did was watch. I mean tried to, or something.
I sure wouldn’t mind seeing a naked female body though, that’s for sure. So that is what it is, and we go through strenuous battles to get through and make all of it an issue somehow. So there you go, and we all can appreciate most of this, I would guess. It’s nice to have Nancy as a new friend too, that is for sure. It's a drag I never see Karen too.
Posted by Chris Farrell at 4/13/2016
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Monday, April 11, 2016
except for this physical ailment, which has me worried.
Gordon Lee's place, past Blogette on old Blogette road, was really cool, quite magical like Summit, but he's in a really nice spot, kind of a low valley with the tumtum river right next to him, frogs, supposedly a swimming hole, but he's not gay as far as I know, but anyway, it sounded nice. We sat and played a couple songs and smoked his skinny little well rolled joints. It's so great to be out there when I can. Maybe next time we can get some chicks out there too.
He's a talented musician. He'd be great in our band, but anyway him and me can work on some songs.
I bought a 600 dollar Taylor acoustic/electric. I am sure I'll have chances to play, and I need at least a pretty good instrument, considering how great of a guitar player I am. Or better than some, I guess. But who cares...?
Posted by Chris Farrell at 4/11/2016
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
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Monday, April 04, 2016
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Saturday, April 02, 2016
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Friday, April 01, 2016
Posted by Chris Farrell at 4/01/2016