It’s currently cold. It’s cold inside and it’s cold outside, but it will get a bit warmer which will of course be good for drying clothes and growing plants. Today is going to be a good day; At least, that is what I have to tell myself before the start of my shift.
There are things that I’m currently thinking about, but that isn’t out of the ordinary. I need to turn those thoughts into physical manifestations and see how they play out, lest I let them go and drift on away. I think that if I am able to do something with them, then I will be able to embiggen my freedom of motion and therefore find a way to traverse on things that I could not traverse before, but this is all before considering the implications of the way that motion captures the heart when you’re facing all of the reality of delusion with only one hand active as the other is off doing its own thing such as filing your taxes. Of course I’d rather both, but in this instance one will have to suffice.
There is another thing that I need to consider, but if I address it now I don’t think I’ll earn myself the time that I hope, but then again you can’t earn time. You can only expend it, so I need to make sure that the expenditure is efficient. I don’t want to be wasting the time that I have, though it never truly is wasted when you think about it, for any time being alive is time well spent. It’s just that there are better things to do some of the time. Some of the time there aren’t better things to do. Right now there are things I’d rather be doing than taking calls from the comfort of my home, but them’s the brakes as they say. But then again, who says that? They could be anyone. It could be the fish down at the pub whom you see from the corner of your eye. No one recognises the fish and the fish revels in it, but you know and one day you will make sure that the fish gets found out. Not today, not tomorrow, but one day.
It will be a momentous occasion. There will be festivities, dancing and fasting and then more festivities. There will be cause for celebration as you were the one who dared. You were the one who went to face the challenge. No one else was game, but you certainly were. You took the opportunity and you jumped on it with all of your might. It was a good day for there was success from adversity and strength through vision and determination. Sometimes there were doubts, but you always had it in you. You saw it through and through seeing it through you went the distance and finally revealed the fish, but in doing so you also realised that there was no turning back.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 05:34:54
This one kind of went elsewhere. As I started writing it seemed as though the text would turn out pretty unremarkable. It did, but not in a way grounded in reality. I like that.
Written at home.