March 8, 2010

March 10, 2011 at 12:43 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

It’s a pattern that all the mundane, everyday events of life–like clocking in at work, riding the elevator, lighting my pipe, brushing my teeth, printing and filing at Weil, etc… — are framed within the emotional tenterhooks of some stress-inducing or absorbing circumstance

Last night I went to a little Peace Action meeting at Jerry’s. Oh! I forgot. I have to email John the flier. Jerry always supplies the group with refreshments and cookies and so forth, so I considered bringing something at the last minute. I parked my bike in front of his building about 25 minutes before the meeting and walked West on 86th Street to Columbus Avenue.

There I read a long detailed menu for a Korean health food deli and ice cream store. The menu was good. I decided to get a large chile with rice on the side. When I went in to order, though, there was a “cash only” sign on the register.

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