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Sunday, February 02, 2003

From HL:
I finally decided to do it. I have been thinking about what a good idea a blog is for about 5-10 years but I love to procrastinate. Then it happens. The time is right and you have all these ideas about how things should be–thus begins the construction phase. Since anything worthwhile has to have a cosmically appropriate launch now I have to wait for that too. Luckily, February 2 is not that far off and it is a good choice I think. It has significance for christians (the fuckin’ spell checker thinks that should be capitalized for god’s sake (sic), pagans (no nasty-grams on this one), and worshipers of stone circle lore and probably all the rest of Abraham’s cluster and who knows the ying and yang, but it is half way between solstice and equinox. That ought to be worth something even if it is by the western calendar. Thank you Avebury and the Celtic goddess of poetry and inspiration, Brigid, for providing the pre literate memory a stone lover can take to heart.

That ought to be enough for a beginning. No sense blowing your blog all in one day, aye?

To you:
The whole concept of these damn blog thing is freedom but respect for readers concerns me as well. Even though I am basically unorganized I will try to sort shit into piles (rhymes with files) so that readers don’t have to sort though a hay stack to find one or two gems. Besides this way you never know what your missing unless you do and it might as well takes some safe cracking on your part. No gain, no pain or is it the other way around.


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