Okay I've been busy. I procrastinate. I'm lazy. I've got a million excuses. The truth is I'm a crappy blogger. I think of things that I would like to blog about and then....Zing 3 months go by and I still haven't blogged. Here's where I should be saying......."Well, it's a new year and this year I will do better!" That's what I should be saying. In reality, I don't see things changing. I'm an old fart who is stuck in his ways. Anyhow, saw this t-shirt in a local department store and it cracked me up. Not sure what it means, but it is a perfect example of "Engrish" (English translated from a different language).
The picture is the head and neck of a guitar with a guy tuning it. The writing is:
"SING TO ME HAVE IN THE DARK
Anything has not remained any longer
To going out
dimension in the new world in the future
From the rooftop in the apartment
the excrement of me in Brooklyn"
What? I got no idea what that means. It may be so filled with angst and meaning that it's just too deep for me. Who knows?
My life is scattered right now and going in many directions. One more excuse for why I haven't blogged. I'm hoping to wrestle it into some kind of order in the near future. I feel like that scene in the movie "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" where Mel Gibson is sent out into the desert tied to a horse facing backwards and wearing a giant papier-mached head.
It took me half an hour to find this photograph! Then I couldn't download it so I had to take a picture of it with my phone and send it to myself and then send it to my blog. This may be why I don't blog more often. But the fact that I was able to do this at all is pretty amazing from a technological standpoint. I digress.
Spent some time in Buffalo over the holidays. It was freakin' cold! But the snow was beautiful
and I got to do a little bit of skiing
and visit Stephen and Chrissy (my son and his girlfriend)
Marcia's thinking about trading me in on a taller model.
Had some quality time with the family.
Had a wonderful Christmas and
So, all-in-all, a great trip.
あけましておめでとうございます！（Happy New Year)