Work in Progress

Baseball, Seminary, Wrestling, and the Dreams and Days of one Mike Work's Angeles experience

Thursday, September 16, 2004

flying over the atlantic in sixteen hours, provided the flight isn't cancelled/delayed due to the storms that have been ravaging the east coast over the past two weeks. do i know what i'm getting into? not quite. a professor and a friend met me over lunch last week and asked about the degree of planning for this trip, and my response was, 'about my usual,' signifying a lot of gaps and open holes, one of which became apparent at dinner tonight. dad asked if i was going backpack only...and i was. forgot that airplanes sometimes do lose bags, so now a small bag with change of clothes becomes the carry-on, for bad-case-scenarios.

in the interim..i write the paper, but only after email and blogging. these past two weeks have been good, but i miss pasadena, moreso the people in my life than any firm connection to the area (flat up, i hate the lack of rain and constant heat). atlanta looks better than it did last year, and i'm more in favor of being here than clemson in the future, a direct reversal of the position of two years ago.

interesting how our percolations mirror-image or reflect those of friends in different light...i'd say more, if i didn't have to write the other.

but if this is all before i go...the trip has been good so far, and i look forward to writing from scotland.

2 Comments:

  • At 12:39 AM, Blogger work said…

    and for those interested, the reading log needs to be updated. i've been in StormFront for a while, and that's the accompanying volume on the trip. musically, still spinning Pedro.

     
  • At 9:03 AM, Blogger jeof said…

    hey mr. cryptic blog poster, have a great time in scotland (!)

     

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