Tuesday, August 22, 2006


The Lunch Rush Hour has ended in Midtown.
I arrive and take my seat at the Starbucks along the Great Window that faces the passing of people.
The Air-Conditioner provides a comfort level mixed with the Chocolate Cake Doughnut and Sumatra Coffee that will "fix" my Hypoglycemia.
My earphones play Dylan's, "Desolation Row" as I look at all the Hominid passings from the Large Starbuck's Window.
Virtual Reality at its Finest Hour


Minnesota Nice said...

(ahem.........I love, adore and nearly worship the Bobster.........rock on). Can't think of anybody finer to take you further into that alternate reality that accompaies a low.

BetterCell said...

So long as that "alternate reality" does not become permanent or increase in depth,

Minnesota Nice said...

Your comment on my post made my afternoon! Actually, "Purple Haze" was playng on my iTunes Library when I set up the blog, but I thought it was also a great description of all the lost years I spent in a high bg fog when my control was nonexistent.
Great tunes.

BetterCell said...

Yeah......It is too bad that he is no longer with us, the same for Sandy Denny of Fairport Convention. I have in my Music Library a song actyally called "Sugar Diabetes". Life without(good) Music is liking watching a Flower not being able to bloom.

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