Vince’s birthday was nice. I dropped him off at school with his supplies and when I picked him us, Ms. Pat said that he had a nice day and that he had fun.
In the afternoon, we went to Bard and met Alex Cook who was up at Bard giving a talk on the Gang of Four. Started learning Chinese in college and now he says that he reads a lot of text in Chinese, but since he doesn’t really speak it to anyone, he’s forgetting how a lot of it is pronounced. He’s married to a woman who writes for Glamour magazine. I asked if that makes his life more glamourous and he said no, that his wife gets invited to stuff, but usually he stays home.
Today, we went to see Eileen, Bob’s assistant at Bard. We haven’t seen her in a long, long time. It was a lot of fun hanging out with her. She is such a cool person and she lets Vince go to the Thomas the Tank Engine web site to play games. Shhhh…. Don’t tell Vince you can get it on any computer. Only Eileen’s computer.
One thought on “Green frosting.”
Philosophically, life sometime has elements of GLAMOUR, or otherwise it is pretty lifeless. Most of the time, however, life is full of “nuts and bolts” stuff that serves as the backdrop and glue all fabrics together to make GLAMOUR possible. In short, life is fun but challenges abound.