That is another strange movie. I think it might be even stranger than the Fountain. But that is besides the point and nothing to do with this post. The point of this post is I drove for three hours today to eat food with some people that I haven’t seen in a while.
My nieces Emily and Kim are getting old. I remember when Emily was just a baby, like one. Now she is turning 14 this month.
And I saw my newest niece, Grace. And her older sister, Samatha, who is so talkitive and smart. Then there is Sarah who cries when you tell her “no” or “don’t.” Who stares at you with distrust. One of my nephew’s was there. Kevin, the youngest of four and I can see in how he acts that his brothers take advantige of him. Not in a bad way, the kind of a highly competive enviroment – starting a race over in ATV Offroad Fury 2 because someone else was winning. And he is like five…
Family. It is what it is. After being away, you catch the little words, not said in malace or in manipulation, that just catch your ear and make you wonder.
Tomorrow I am going to work on my car. Yay! New headgaskets!!! And check out my flickr.