Tuesday, October 16, 2007

10.16.07

October and November are always difficult for me.

Maybe it's the mid-term crunch, the impending doom of papers and finals, the change in the weather, the stress of long distance relationships, of old relationships, of newly re-defined relationships...who knows?

All I know is it's never easy and while I am doing my best to not fall victim to my autumn slump this year, it feels like I'm climbing up hill.

I tend to not want to blog or even write in my own personal journal because I don't want any of this mood recorded for posterity. So I apologize if posts are few and far between...I don't think you care about my "the days are getting shorter" grumpiness anyway. ;-) Haha!

I'm going to start working more hard core on my "Second Life religiosity" paper, so expect updates on that...I'm pretty excited. :-)

However I'm not giving up hope that there is a possibility that this autumn could be di

4 comments:

Themindtaker said...

That little smile George gives when the crowd reacts to "Here Comes the Sun" at the concert for Bangladesh, despite the fact that he tries to hide it for just a moment at first ("you little sneek!") makes me think he truly believes the lyrics he's about to sing in that song. It's a rare moment of joy on George's face for just a few seconds before he gets back into performing, but it looks to me like he has a true peace in the knowledge that everything will be okay-- that the sun's coming out.

I desire the kind of happiness and peace for you. If there's anything I can do to help along the way, don't hesitate to let me know.

PS I can't wait to start hearing about that Second Life paper. It sounds like it'll be really interesting. :)

Mark said...

I resound Gabe's sentiments. Though it may be fall and the days are getting shorter, you're not alone. We're all in it together.

Themindtaker said...

Hahaha, that George Harrison pirate video was classic! I've never seen that before. The "Sail the BBSea" line is priceless.

I also hadn't heard "Set on You" in years... possibly since the last time my dad played George's "Cloud Nine" album... on vinyl!

Nate said...

the kinks are well
so is your new graphic up top
good jorb, bokononist