If I mailed you a slide photo, would you carry it around in your pocket for a week for me? (Limit 5 people. I'm probably one of the poorest people you know.)
I wanna see how it'd look by the end of the week. Before and after photos. I'll take them. You send the slide back to me. (PLEASE.)
I just put a slide in my pocket this afternoon. It's not going to leave until next Friday. (I hate Fridays.)
I don't know why this seemed like such a good idea, this asking people to let me send them slides. I thought of it last night while I was on the subway. (I think it was that Adderall. Ben J. let me have some that aren't the same kind that I take. Affects me differently.)
But anyway, I have a bunch of slides I found in the garbage about a month ago. Sometimes I'll put them in packages I send out to customers. But most of the time I forget to do that.
So, let me know if you want to carry around a slide for a week.
There wouldn't be any sort of compensation for this except the feeling of having created something. (Yes, carrying a slide around in your pocket for a week is some sort of creation.)
A lot of the things I do have no point, really.
I just do them to do them.
Like carrying around a slide for a week so that I can photograph it.
When I recorded my "album" I was mainly just doing it so that I could create music and teach myself how to record music (it was difficult then for me… I couldn't work the equipment) and experiment with sound and such.
I don't even think anyone really liked the music I wrote. Maybe a few. Most didn't. (I used to sell music in my Etsy shop, but not anymore.) I do, though, because it was fun for me to do/make.
We can listen to the most approachable song on "Körperkonfigurationen/." (album name) since it's Friday night and you can dance to it. (I know I've probably put this song on my blog before, but I like it. I think it might be the best song I ever wrote. But not the best song I will ever write because I still got some songs left in me.)
In other news, this is what it looked like outside my studio early yesterday morning:
I like Red Hook because there are a lot of historical buildings up. And it's a pretty historical area. (But not historical in an annoying way like Boston. Blech.)
But doesn't it look kinda creepy, those photos?
They've torn some stuff down because of that dumb Ikea they've put up. It's not open yet.
I think they're tearing more things down. For the parking lot, perhaps.
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