ultrawriting and the swing-arm scorpion

Life is good getting better, all the running when mixed with yoga is another return to the moving current, out from the eddies where modern life traps us. I am also more involved than usual with a man who cares about me. The summer has gone quickly and quietly, a couple of heat waves and otherwise plain old lovely northern california sunshine. Yesterday morning I ran a half-marathon on my own along the river, for the first time ever and it felt great. I especially noticed falling into a sweet rhythm of breath and motion. I am hoping to use endurance running towards developing a discipline for endurance writing. There, the cat is out of the bag! I’m gonna start an ultrawriter craze. Writing entire novels at one sitting while choking down powerades and peanut butter! Think I won’t? Watch me.

on a heli-tour

Last night I had a dream I was at work with a clipboard with a checklist of items had to be done on the shift. I was working with perfect strangers and asked them for help but they didn’t want to help me. Turns out some woman with a big mouth who looked like a swing-arm lamp scorpion was in the hallway talking shit about me and some perceived hurt I caused her. I immediately confronted the scorpion and she blabbered this nonsense to my face and I didn’t even have to look closely at her to know she was lying. After all, I have never before met a swing-arm lamp anyone! I told her to shut the hell up and she started inching up my leg, and I woke up terrified. If that doesn’t get you out of bed, nothing will. I scrambled out and into the kitchen for some coffee, and worked up this joke:

What do you do when someone’s telling lies on you?
Hang them by their toenails and feed them the truth!

One response to “ultrawriting

  1. Nothing worse than night terrors, I was having some a few weeks ago, really random but very disturbing. took a week off work, cooked lot’s of slow bbq drank beer all day slept when I wanted, a good proper press of reset. The weather is still bad, very wet, and cold. dosnt look like coming good ever. Just as long as my still is productive making moonshine, while it’s wet and I’ve got some hard ground, life is good, i don’t look forward to the day’s when it starts to dry out, slippery then sloppy then tacky. So much work and the traffic just keeps coming. Life is good next to the fireplace reading Katya Mills, thankyou 🙂 💙

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