Tended to an “important call with an official agency” about a significant life decision… Don’t mean to be vague, just floating it out to the universe, next step is visiting a consulate in Osaka, September 8.
(I really don’t like dealing with things by telephone, much prefer a written record – whether analog or electronic – and feel express myself much better when I have the time to choose words.)
So, just gonna play some baritone ukulele for a while.
Pretty good at:
Monkey and the Engineer
In other news:
a box of frozen meat was delivered yesterday
also several more Nick Bantock books and a replica of Indiana Jones’s Journal showed up
wife’s industrial grade water pump also arrived
Oh, and tomorrow is “go clean the graves of the ancestors day“ / We’ll bring incense and flowers. [update: done x2]
More Items, arrived by post: various seeds, porridge, legumes and nuts.
These simple tasks of convenience thrill me and are a huge help for those who are mostly house-hermits (#MECFS) this is all, carry on with the world melting down etc
After grave tidy (incense, water, candles, flowers, prayers) Tidied up carport then hung out with Ichiro, playing with inky stamps & stationery, listening to groovy records in the slowly improving (warm!) first floor of the kura barn studio.
Disco theme from “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”? Yes you have come to the right place. Evidence follows:Continue reading Diary: sundry notes of ukulele, drums, stereo, handy items by post & slices of culture