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nanowrimo 2010


Diary of a Blind Madman

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nanowrimo 2010

An afternoon nap has produced a dream. I'm more tired now than after the nap. I must remember to try not to nap during the day. My nightly sleep is already erratic.

I'm getting better at listening to books on tape. I have now been through about four books five books. I went through "The Final Odyssey" by Arthur C. Clarke and am now listening to another Stuart Woods book, "L.A. Dead." I wish I could read these instead of listening.

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Unkie Bob, You seem like you are very upset. I have never known you to allow your feelings so close to the surface. It is a nice change. For the first time in my life I know what you are thinking. You have seen some bad times lately, one of the main things you taught me was to take things as they come. To push and manipulate reality to serve your purpose. (The pink monkey must not allow the mob to hurt him.) You saved me from myself too many times to recall. You corrupted me to help me find a place in the world. I can never pay you back for that. I am not a wordsmith, so I can’t even begin to explain how I feel about you. The only thing I can do is read your journal and wait until there is something I can do. You are not alone, not even in misery. I have not spoken to the other boys but I can’t imagine a day going by with out every one of us thinking about you. I think I am done. (I hate this sappy stuff J )

I agree with that. Honestly, I don't often know what the hell to say about all this but you certainly have all my affection and whatever support I can give.

I know you support me and it means a lot. Believe me when I say that I sense your support and that it is important to me. Neither of us has the words we want when we want them, but, we suffer the same dilemma as Holmes and Moriarty …

Moriarty:"Doubtless, all that I might say has occurred to you?"

Holmes: "Yes."

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