|Zac At Disney World, Graphite, 6 x 8, TMDD Series|
It was hot. It was humid. His hair was wringing wet with sweat but he was at Disney World sitting on a curb watching the parade! He was having fun they said. From the look on his face in the photograph his mom took, I thought he'd rather be somewhere else-- like a water park.
--And that's all I wrote yesterday when the wireless and cable went out all over the neighborhood--FOR TWELVE HOURS! If you don't think you're addicted to your devices, try going twelve hours without them. I couldn't think of anything to do but call and recall our service to see when I could expect some. By the time night fell and still nothing, I reluctantly pick up Samuel Adams to bore myself to oblivion. Then Ellis said we could watch movies. How, I said. He said the VHS still works. Joe And The Volcano was our first choice. A New Leaf was the double feature. War Games followed till ten twenty six when e-mails started ringing my bells. A lovelier sound was never heard. The pounding in my chest subsided. The cold sweat disappeared. The theme to Murder She Wrote was better than any Beethoven symphony.
|Great Grandma Suzy made the best cookies ever, Graphite, 6 x 8, TMDD Series|