posted by A. Klemmer at Tuesday, January 03, 2006
!!!could it be? are you somewhere here with me, stumbling around on...(reverb)the DARK SIDE?go to the light, andre! to the light! run for it!
In Cleveland Ohio? With Bush still in the White House?Sheesh!
damn good to have you back, you have replaced gary and berke as my morning cereal companion.
Andre,... and camobunny, you too?Don't give in to the dark side! The force is strong within you.*hands andre and camobunny a rainbow each*
Camobunny: You too, huh? Despite how bright the sun may shine, it always gets gloomy this time of year.Erin: Yeah, even in Cleveland, Ohio. Yeah, even with Bush in the White House. Hey Rev.: Assuming you don't mean Gary Snyder and Burtha Berke, that's one heck of a compliment you just gave me. And I'd be glad to sit down for Wheaties with you anytime.Wanderer: Perhaps it's too late for me... (deep mechanical breath) But you... you can still make it...Thanks for the rainbow.
wanderer: how kind; yes, thank you, dear.andre: (psssst! hey! what do i do with this?)
Camobunny: You mean the stumbling around on the dark side? Sincerely? Bright light first thing in the morning for 20 to 30 minutes, I've read. After a couple days, people start to feel a difference. And I saw research that suggested that it needn't be one of those pricey full-spectrum lights. A good flourescent or even bright incandescent would do the same trick. I've tried a few times and think maybe it helps. If you give it a shot, I'd love to hear your experience.And if you meant what to do with the rainbow, well, play with it. See where it takes you.Peace,Andre
oh, i meant the rainbow. if i wear it, people will think i'm gay. if i follow it, i'll end up stumbling across some leprechaun who'll proceed to kick my a** in defense of his pot of gold. if i go over it, i'll be in some weird land where troubles melt like lemon drops and bluebirds fly, and then what would i do with my degree? but thanks for your concern. i don't really have SAD. i have (make that 'had') MaDD, which also gets worse in the dark dreary winter, but all is well this year!
Ms. Bunny? What would you do with your degree? You'd treat all the Munchkins, who have a variety of small but unpleasant ills. You'd gained their undying gratitude. And you'd start on the Munchkin Land basketball team, a towering giant in the center. There are worse destinies.My rainbow has been carefully tucked into a drawer for use in the event of a sunny day.
she gave out rainbows to me and you.not being quite sure what to do,i tied my rainbow in my hair.everyone laughs, but i don't care.small but unpleasant ills. i like that. maybe i'll put it in the description box on my blog.
... oh, and if you don't mind, it's dr. bunny. i dunno about rev. bbg, but i'm the real thing, baby!
Dr. Camobunny. Doctor! Forgive me, for I know you've earned it. And I appreciate that you practice medicine at a time when too many MBA's stick their foot far too far inside the door. Like your poem again, too. And think you look good with a rainbow in your hair.
i look like a raving idiot with a rainbow in my hair. but my patients like it.
Well, yeah. But that's what we like about it, that "raving idiot" quality. And if the patients like it, well, what's a little embarassment in staff meetings?
Why do I feel like I'm the only one not in the dark, yet that makes me in the dark?
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