Oh, well I’m off again this week, so the already light bloggings will be even lighter. I’m going to a place that is a definite no wi-fi zone. Hopefully it won’t (will?) rain the whole time, and I’ll be forced to write long tedious blogs about nature and swimming on my Blackberry. When will they release a portable device that I can blog on? I’ve tried it on the Blackberry (forget it, the whole thing explodes) and on the Nintendo DS browser (all I see in a menu…it probably doesn’t support the programming). It probably will happen soon, though, and laptops will become “too big and cumbersome” for email and internet use. On that note, here’s something I wrote a few months ago about holding out:
July 10: I actually took the bus to see Krief’s show last night, and as I was waiting for the bus I was like: “Wow, waiting sucks.” Eight minutes felt like forty. When I was younger I didn’t mind waiting, I would make a game of it, practice my patience, willing the subway or whatever I was waiting for to arrive. People spend a lot of their lives waiting. I’m going to look up a statistic on that. But I realised that I still do a lot of waiting, only now I wait on different terms: I wait for airline check-ins, airplanes, soundchecks, showtimes, load outs, the list goes on. Now I only wait professionally.