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February 04, 2003
Subway series 26-27

It is sometimes good to just leave a page completely blank. It is often the space that contains no information that helps to show it better.
One often listens to the one who whispers with much more attention that to someone who shouts. (Does one read more attentively if there are tybos everywhere? why didn't anybody tell me?)

It is after midnight again, I am at the office. I will probably take a cab home now. I will not "stand clear the closing doors", I will "buckle up for safety." Good night.


wow. please show the drawing on the other side of that blank page. it looks quite complex. : )

have a good night. also, get home of some sage and cedar. maybe? : )

Posted by: k on February 4, 2003 04:51 PM

sometimes less is more.

hmmmm... wow... one of those workaholics?

Posted by: - s - on February 5, 2003 12:43 AM

You know, I was on a terrible computer the last time I looked at this and could have sworn that the ink from the previous page had leaked through or something.. it looked like a 'high density' one. Looking now, I feel a bit silly because there is obviously nothing there .. oops..

Also, above it is get hold (not get home) of some sage and cedar...someone gave me some of a tincture a canadian indian had made from these two substances and it smelled incredibly beautiful.

Posted by: k on February 6, 2003 02:43 PM

Oh, I thought that you probably saw what was coming on the next page, so I was very amazed in a really good way.
: )

I can correct the spelling on the get hold, but again, get home of some sage and cedar sounded like a very beautiful picture. The home of sage and cedar...

Can I keep it? : )

Posted by: Witold on February 6, 2003 03:05 PM

ok : ) (actually it did look like that crosses one...maybe why I saw it ; )

Posted by: k on February 6, 2003 03:55 PM

Actually, it was less dense somehow..more white spaces going across...
just curious, have you done more than one..?

Also, those monsters are really cute and happy and I like them : ) though a few of them seem quite shy! : )

Posted by: k on February 6, 2003 04:43 PM

Hmm... less dense, white spaces...
might be in the next book...

yes the monsters are very shy. They are good luck monsters. All of them are not taller than 20cm or so... in real life, hmm, (I have not really seen them, I just made them up.)
Yes, they are shy. Monsters are often shy.

Posted by: Witold on February 6, 2003 04:49 PM
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