Saturday, October 09, 2010

Day 930

I actually hadn't realised almost a thousand days had passed between Monday 18 March 2008 (Day 000) and Monday 4 October 2010 (Day 930). Time's winged chariot hustles along, outpacing the doom of the Shining One by a goodly margin, and two and a half years have zipped by.

In between, I've written quite a bit. Poems, papers, presentations. I've been a busy person, earning my own keep, enjoying my own time, living with wonderful people and taking pains to look at all that I missed in the dim years of Egypt.

It occurs to me, though, that there is so much more I could have done in 930 days if I hadn't been watching the heavens so frequently. But that's where the signs were, so to speak, the auspices (bird-watchings) of a better time.

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