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05/06/2003 Entry: ""

Late night, last minute packing, ahh the thrill. This here box o' stuff is coming along for the ride, so I'll be posting from Delaware, albeit with less regularity and more peculiarity. The zen-like mystical peace out of late I hope will be retained amidst the electro-asphalt no-eye contact jungle of money and psychic woe that is called the "First State." It will be a test, and Goddess knows I've picked some big challenges lately, but not the Goddess' nose.

I work a full day then do the 10 1/2 hour drive. I've done it in less, once almost 8 /12 hours, but that was in total disregard for personal safety while travelling at abstract speeds. I leave Sunday afternoon, getting back to Asheville by 3am-ish, then up at 6 for work. I've chosen this whirlwind (in a way) and all I can do is twirl through the maelstrom of stimuli gracefully. I'll be listening to Annie Dillard's "The Pilgrim At Tinker Creek" on the way up, and "Dharma Bums" on the way back instead of going frantic with which CD fits the mood of this particular stretch of interstate. I've never done the book on tape thing before so I thought it's worth a try.

Without further prodding on, I'm going to shut down, and open up simultaneously. Open up to the mystery of homecoming, open up to the good work of marrying tow great friends, open up to the road and hope it winds it's way back home quickly and with a lesson, or at least a laught, at each exit.

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