Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh


Day off. Making sure to get an easy start to it. Reading in bed, getting out of bed to take care of bathroom needs, opening the bathroom window to get some needed airflow (you know why), going back to bed to read more...

...and, thankfully, not being asleep when VRUUUUUUUUUUUUUM tree-trimming starts soon after 8 a.m. Very close to that open window.

Good alert! Would've been nice (he said passive-aggressively) to have had more notice, because there were notes on the outside doors when I went outside to see what was up but they weren't there last night when I'd gotten home. At least I looked presentable enough this morning in sweatpants, socks, my ROCK BAND t-shirt that I sleep in plus my hard shoes -- hey, they were the quickest to put on -- to go outside and move my car, which the note asked me to do. Good thing I read it.

These trees need trimming, definitely. Those in the back have gotten thick and drippy. My car has gotten a lot of junk dripped on it, and this summer seemed worse about that than previous summers, where I've been parked in the same spot. (And in one heck of a close call, half of one of those trees in the back broke off a while ago -- and didn't hit the building or my car, but fell and landed, leaning, next to the lower half of that tree. Really.)

So that's happening. As long as no limbs go through my apartment windows, I'll be mostly all right.

  • I can do better. (Poem thoughts!)

    I've been doing a poem. I'm going to talk about what's wrong with it. First, the poem: The Tiring by Christopher Walsh, 2/25/2021-3/6/2021…

  • A quick one tonight:

    Word. by Christopher Walsh, 2/25/2021 Thank you, words: You let me see What I can do With you. I'll make sure to use you well. © Christopher…

  • Now my own poem, this one about spiders

    I like adding to the poetry in the world, in my own way, so: Spiders in the Home by Christopher Walsh, 2/17/21-2/22/21 I wave to spiders.…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.