Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Today is as grey as cinders. Autumn glow, please return!
Today is Glenn's first day at his new job, and my first alone day in four months. I realize this might sound extreme, especially since we've shared a total space of 30m2, but it's been nothing but pleasurable.
I hope I will make good use of these lonely hours since I work from home most days. It's not ideal, but cheap. When I lived alone the perk was that I could work whatever hours I chose whether it be day or night. Now, that doesn't seem as tempting.
I had a great pilates experience yesterday, like a very physical meditation in movement. Dimmed lights and a fiery gotlänsk coach.
The weird thing is only women seem to frequent these sessions.
PS2. Lithuania's "Law on the Protection of Minors Against the Detrimental Effect of Public Information".
A country that seems so close to and so far away from where I live.
From QX magazine's article:
Lithuanian Parliament overrides veto of 'no promo homo' law:
"An explanatory note attached to it (the law) says:
'The propagation of a nontraditional sexual orientation and exposure to information containing positive coverage of homosexual relations may cause negative consequences for the physical, mental and, first and foremost, moral development of minors.' "