I must be on some sort of a Hansel and Gretel kick lately, because here I am, once again using a line from that famous tale.
Oddly enough, I’m not sure if I’ve ever really sat down and actually read the story. Doesn’t matter though, because the notion of ‘following breadcrumbs’ is a universally accepted means of getting back home.
Just ask the universe.
When I’m not working (to pay the bills) or playing music (to calm my nerves) or reading (to get as far away from this clown world as possible), I’m researching. This absolutely means different things to different people, but for me it means surfing videos and looking up information on various sites.
I kind of miss the old days, where research involved a trip to the library, and a run at the microfiche. Now there’s a thought I haven’t had in a long while. I wonder how many people still remember how fun it was searching for information on microfiche?
“microfiche mī′krō-fēsh n. A card or sheet of microfilm capable of accommodating and preserving a considerable number of pages, as of printed text, in reduced form n. A sheet of microfilm, six by four inches, holding several hundred reduced images of document pages; read using a microfiche reader or microfilm reader. n. small sheet of microfilm on which many pages of material have been photographed; a magnification system is used to read the material”
So much fun, I tell you true sir.
Time has a such a way of changing so fast. As I follow my bits and pieces, my breadcrumbs, I can’t help but feel an indescribable urgency.
The sun is setting quite rapidly on our chances of ever regaining freedom, my friends.
I trace the shadows, trying to work even faster at unraveling the mysteries behind all this, but in the end nothing I do will have any effect on the outcome.
As I’ve often written in the past, try to enjoy what you can right now. It’s in our nature to formulate long term goals, but there’s a really good chance that’s all just a thing of the past now.
Have a goodly day, enjoy what you can right now
-I am Crandew