It's the last day of June and I'm writing this on the fly. Laundry is spinning but the words feel stagnant.
It has been a productive and satisfying month on my blogs. From films to flowers, I celebrated outsiders. My proudest moment arrived when someone was insulted by my poem ONE QUEER TOWN. 😎
An interesting thing occurred with my words in June. A friend read this entire blog, without being committed to an asylum, and compiled what he perceived as my best posts. It's a great little homemade book with some stuff I had forgotten about, which unearthed some buried emotions, good & bad. Digging into my past was something I had planned to do back in 2018., but that plan fizzled out. Maybe one day I will resurrect my revolution and put my own spin on a blog compilation. 🤔
On the personal front, the kitten my sister and I found last month is now a part of our family. Nobody wanted him, so Laszlo is making himself at home and driving Miss Kitty and Orange Baby crazy. Laszlo is the most rambunctious kitten I've ever been around. He likes to bite, making his vampire name perfect. 😁
I spent a day with my friend/Dark Excursions muse Jody and her sister. I hadn't seen them since July 2019. We had planned to get together in March but COVID-19 cancelled that event. Businesses are opening up, so now was the right time for us. Before you ask, social distancing be damned, we hugged each other and dined at the same table, without wearing masks. It's not like we went to a crowded beach, pool, bar or stadium, so save your collective gasps of disapproval and tongue-clucking for others who commit far more egregious offenses.
In conclusion, 2020 is half over, but I'm not done yet.
Oh, the library is scheduled to open next month, but we shall see how that goes. 😏
Thank you for reading or listening to my half-blind words.
P.S. One of the funniest things I've ever created...
Hopefully The Collective Eye for July won't be late, but the Archive is open for examination...👁