[O.C.T.O.B.E.R. VII-18] Second thing’s 2nd

“Second thing second,
Don’t you tell me what you think that I can be
I’m the one at the sail, I’m the master of my sea, oooh-oooh…”

CUT! Though I like imagining dragons, that’s not the point of this post.

Well, maybe it is in a way, as it’s related to Twin Dragon Gaming in a very tangential way.

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[O.C.T.O.B.E.R. VII-8] Tickticktickticktick

I could make a joke with the name of this post as “POLITICS” (poly = many; ticks, duh). But, I will instead undermine that hypothesis immediately.

This is a short post, but it’s hopefully one where you won’t be clock-watching.

I TAKE THAT BACK! I hope you WILL be clock-watching with the video that I post below!

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Mobius Facade #writephoto

spectral

Is this the beginning or the ending? I don’t know!

Maybe that facade is actually under construction!

There’s a thick fog that I can see through.

It looks like everything is in black and white.

I know that there is colour, but…

How far have we travelled to get here?

How old is that facade?

The trees make it look like we have uncovered ruins!

Maybe there are treasures behind that facade!

We should take this adventure!

Is this the beginning or the ending? I don’t know!

This was a quick post, but seemed like a fun attempt at a story to read forwards or backwards. Thanks to Sue Vincent, as always, for the photo prompt!

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Evanston: 30 days

Lincoln: 69 days

Baltimore: 125 days

Rainbow Bridge

On my first night living in Eau Claire, I was downtown to get dinner after a long day of driving, box-moving, sacred chanting, and TV-shopping. After dinner, I drove back toward my apartment using a route that I always used to leave Eau Claire’s downtown to return to Menomonie when I lived in Menomonie three years ago.

As I drove on Madison Street on the Chippewa River bridge, lights to my left caught my attention. The lights were coming from the pedestrian bridge downriver (or is it upriver when it’s to the south?)

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