Erik (eriktrips) wrote,

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i seem to have run out of things to say.

this weekend i bought dvds of Apache, starring Burt Lancaster as an Apache, and of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly with of course Clint Eastwood. i suspect Apache is going to be somewhat embarrassing but i felt i had to see how 50s Hollywood did when "sympathetically" depicting Native America. as for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, when i was little i loved the theme song and it's a classic Clint Eastwood western so seems also required viewing.

i don't know when i will have time to watch them although it has occured to me that watching a movie takes much less time than reading a book and i always manage to find time to read books.

yesterday i walked 2.5 miles.
today i walked 2.3 miles
the day before yesterday i didn't walk much at all but last thursday i walked about 4 miles without really trying.
tomorrow i will walk 5 miles and do laundry.
that is i will do laundry and then walk 5 miles. my laundromat is a block away.

today i tried to explain some things about Beckett to my class but am not sure i succeeded. i wish i had some idea of where to start with a text when talking to people who are reading it for the first time. sometimes i think i should teach fourth grade social studies for a while just to get the feel for simplification.

i finally ordered Deck after Cubase 5.1 turned up unavailable. one can only get Cubase SX now but i need something that will run on my desktop and this single version of Deck runs in both OS 9 and OS X. how is that for handy. so soon i can get back to that song.

i see i will be writing songs at about the pace that i write poetry or produce drawings. it's a good thing my family is long-lived.

i got up at 6:30 this morning.

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