I think I might be reading too much Lovecraft.
I was sitting in a meeting and eating some chocolate someone brought. The wrappers had playful little messages in them like, "You look good in red," and, "Take a bubble-bath." I opened one up and it said:
And the first thing I thought of was forest cabins and brains in metallic cylinders.
Yeah ... it might be time to re-read a Harry Potter book or something.
Thursday, May 31, 2007
Friday, May 25, 2007
One of the many things I love about Austin is its tendency to bolt wacky sculptures to its buildings. There's the Mangia dinosaur (now stalking the roof of the Wheatsville Co-op), the Blue Genie, the pumped-up arm of that gym on Guadalupe, the tentaskull on Burnet, and a ton more.
There's even water heater rockets, blasting off to parts unknown, looking for the next adventure. And that, really, kind of sums up what it's like living in this town.
(Seen on St. John's Avenue, near North Lamar and 183)