There’s a guy I know, I had labeled him “The Laziest Person I Ever Met”. Yesterday he changed my opinion of him completely. He went out of his way, inconvienenced himself, and ventured into uncharted territory to help an old man. I was, and am still, impressed.
After work yesterday, I experienced a minor meer-akle. I got home, walked the dawg, and left him tied to the front porch, like always. I went in and got my stuff and came back out to take him snorkeling, and he was gone! I shrugged my shoulders and went to the beach without him. (Poor ‘lil fella!) When I got home, he was tied to the front porch again! A Meer-Ackle! He must have unclipped himself where the leash was attached to his collar, gone for a little run, come back and clipped himself back to the leash! I’da never thunk he coulda done it, but we hold these truths to be self evident.
(Or else I didn’t clip him properly, he got off, and a neighbor clipped him back up when he came home.)
Here’s a pic I took yesterday whilst snorkeling, click to enlarge.
I ended up working yesterday, not for long, but long enough to miss the dive. So I went to a secret beach of mine.
There’s a cave there and it’s really nice. It’d be nicer if people didn’t litter, but all in all it’s a very nice cave. Someone left a beach lounger there and I wonder if it came from the public beach wayyyyy far away.
The entrance/exit, from the inside
The beach lounger inside, looks long unused. Notice the green line of algae? I think the sand used to be that deep.
The roots of a tree, underground
Heres a video
Yesterdays dive was good. 185 feet, and my first dive of the year.
After that I had to work at a football game broadcast in the evening. It went well, technically and other wise. My co-worker set up a goal. His team won 3-1.
Today, since I worked Saturday and Sunday for the past two weeks, I’m off. I have another dive scheduled and I’m going to go put together “my Unit”
My plan of the day is to go diving this morning, beach after that, then work this afternoon/evening. The working part isn’t my plan, it’s someone elses.
Last night I had a dream I was eating pizza. I think I know what it means.
It’s one of those days, where I don’t have much to say.
Studying this morning, my brain seemed to be working OK, as compared to yesterday, when it didn’t work at all. How does that work? How can I detect that some days my brain works better than others? There must be a ‘zone of constancy’ in my brain, that does not change, in order for me to compare two differences, otherwise, I could be dumb one day, smart the next, but I’d have no way of knowing. As an other example, if I say “today I feel good” – compared to what? If there wasn’t a physical pain yesterday that is gone today, that I can remember, what determines if I feel better or worse? Is there some chart of the varying degrees of mood? Sometimes, things can seem OK when I am home alone, but when I get around other people, I realize I’m in a really bad mood, and vice versa too, if I am happy and get near someone nasty! But in that case, there are two differences that are being compared. Not so when it’s just me comparing me to me. I was unaware that I was in a good or bad mood when I was alone, there was nothing to compare my mood with. If someone says “My childhood was normal” How do they know, having experienced only one childhood? Normal could be growing up waist deep in a tarpit, eating only cockroaches, just like everybody else.
Just like everybody else, I’m working about 10AM, and I want to make a beach walk with the dawg before I go.
What’s wrong with the sky in this picture? Something seems to be wrong with the clouds!
Yesterday after work I went snorkeling. I took this pic from about 14 feet underwater looking up. I could see the half moon, and was trying to take a pic of the moon from underwater, but you can’t seem to see it in any pictures I took.This is looking back at the shore from about where I was snorkeling when I took the sky pics. It was pretty calm.
I’m awake and was trying to study, but my brain isn’t functioning too well this morning. Yesterday I took a test and got only one wrong. I got it wrong because I was thinking 3/8ths was less than 1/4, not more.