How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Old Home Week...

I made a joke about my recent run of old home weeks, from running into people I hadn't seen since High School (Shi-nae) or college (Rich), and a student replied, "What does that mean? Could mean something."

I think it does. I think these returns are coming from my growing comfort with my past. I find myself occasionally thinking on it, and remembering with a degree of nostolgia. Not nearly so interesting at what's coming up, but having a past gives you a springboard to dive off of, which means you'll have so much more air before you slam into the bottom of the empty pool.

Shit, that was supposed to be optimistic. Oh, and dude, that pic I threw in Fotola last night, "Ascension"? I really like that one more and more. Schway.

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