With an exception paid to showers and lunch and frequent trips to the corner store for Sparks, I've spent the better seamlessness of two days sitting here at my desk working on photographs. This afternoon I did have a short nap, though, on the floorboards half underneath the glass coffee table and with my head rested on a pillow below the likewise sleeping creature Lazerbeam:
Later in the evening there appeared a window of opportunity in which to have pints of beer and tequila with my friend Judith:
Most of last night I worked on a short presentation of the small amount of work I have been able to print from my recent tour with Unwed Sailor:
From the city of Austin, Texas:
From somewhere near the ocean in Florida:
From somewhere on the highway in Texas:
From the Colonel's empty mansion in Texas:
When finally my weekend came to an end and I reached home again, I found Courtney and Tony on the dual sofa machines, discussing what I gathered may either have been plague rites or steps to relinquish the hold drug addiction has on one's life. Tony's only been here for a few days but I wish he'd stay for longer, because even though I don't know him, he seems really funny, and Courtney likes him a lot and I like when Courtney's happy. But then they shut the lights out and so I came up here to say good-night.