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Kelsey Z.

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January 24, 2008 at 9:50 PM

In the past week or so I've sat down at my computer feeling like I really wanted to write something but as soon as I start typing or get just a few words down I realize how garbled all the information in my mind is and I have relatively promptly given up and moved on to other activities leaving that nagging feeling in the back of my mind that I need or want to write something. I just don't know quite what.
I guess for the purposes of humoring myself, I'll describe my mind!! Which is kind of scary at the best of times. On this particular occasion the best analogy I can dream up would be...........
A tumbleweed. A mass of sticks in a ball, easily disturbed by a gentle wind, floating over the earth picking up bits and pieces of leaves, plastic, twigs etc as it goes. Never stopping for long in one location before the wind or a person upset its resting place sending it on it's way again. Or another way of describing my mind would be kind of like a mirage. The fine line that separates reality from fantasy having blurred and become almost indistinguishable. It's kind of a weird way of describing it. Things are muddled and hazy! But in a good way. I think!!

And with that..... here are a couple of pictures of one of the most beautiful spots on the entire west-coast.


From Sydney Menees
Posted on January 24, 2008 at 10:20 PM
Oh wow! That's beautiful. The lighting is excellent.
From Karen Dotson
Posted on January 25, 2008 at 1:57 AM
Stunning pictures!
From Yixi Zhang
Posted on January 25, 2008 at 4:59 AM
Hey tumbleweed! I know the feeling all too well and I bet anyone is into intense learning gets this from time to time. When the finals are done and the term papers are finished, it'll all make sense.
From Terez Mertes
Posted on January 27, 2008 at 5:06 PM
Oh, the tumbleweed image is great!

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