Monday, March 14, 2016
I Run and I Run to Catch Up to the Sun but It's Sinking
So every morning I listened to that song. It probably had something to do with me leaving home for the big city as soon as I turned 18. I have spent my entire life running to catch up to the sun. I would like to think I could slow down when I retire and "smell the roses" but I have a feeling it is too late and I am hard-wired to rush. Until I spontaneously explode into a cloud of junk and glitter. Not a bad way to go.
Oh, this is the latest page in the altered book. Forgot to say that.