Just to Prove that I Haven't Lost My Sense of Humor...
To wrap up yet another wonderful week I decided to do again what I did last week: post on various thoughts and questions as opposed to filling your screen with paragraphs of text. So, join me as I ponder various questions and hypothetical's, both momentous and mundane.
Exciting News: I received an appointment reminder from the dentist at mail call. My appointment? 54 weeks from today.
Favorite Way of Killing Time: Yoga (although I suppose the words "yoga" and "killing" should not be used in the same sentence).
Quote of the Week: Thou Art That (Just don't ask me what it means. I'm still trying to figure that out.)
Fun Moment: I was on the phone yesterday with my daughter. When she first got on, the connection was bad and I mistook her for her brother. So the whole time we pretended that it was actually him on the phone. The result was some atypical empathy as she tried to put herself into his shoes, as in: "I'm mad at my sister because she pushed me and grabbed my computer."
If I Were the Warden: I would adopt one little aspect of good corporate culture and introduce casual Fridays at the prison camp. Gotta start somewhere, after all.
Sad Moment: Watching fathers taking their kids to the swimming pool at the airforce base as I whacked weeds across the street. I wanted more than anything else for one of those fathers to be me!
Big Disappointment: Another weekend with no visitors.
Little Question: Are the urinals in the bathroom a free-fart zone where normal social niceties do not apply? Just wondering.
Big question: Is the primary purpose of prison rehabilitation or retribution? You can bet I have my opinions on that, opinions that could very well diverge wildly from the reality I see around me.
Small Decision: not to cut my hair for the duration of my stay. Yikes! There's actually a charity that takes donations prisoners' locks. Not sure what they do with them though....
Last Remaining Addiction: Diet Coke
Unpleasant Discovery: Although I can read dense legal documents, philosophy texts leave my head spinning.
Lesson of the Week: Prison is a constant game of cat and mouse. Just when life seems relatively easy, the silly games begin.