Monday, September 24, 2012

Throw it in the Fire

1. Website.
2. Run.
3. Yoga
4. Music.
5. Silence.
6. Bike ride.
7. Fear.
8. Tiny pickles
9. Far away
10. Story about elderly woman's death by greeting herself as a baby. Melting.
11. Science fiction, double feature.
12. Sore throat.
13. Cold.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Free Time & Theological Giggles

1. Call a bedridden best friend and laugh and don't ever forget to say I love you.
2. Call everyone out to do yoga. Be still.
3. Get dressed. Go for a walk with a friend, talk about Free Time and Third World Countries, and how there is plenty of free time everywhere, there is a time and a place for staring into space.
4. Take on the challenge of complete silence or parallel book reading with a friend.
5. Meet people and dogs in parks. Admire attractive lesbians playing croquet.
6. Disregard your intuition, go in for aggressive and shy hugs with the pirate people.
7. In conversation, think carefully before replying. Newfound appreciation for Long Walk Think Time.
8. Ask a stranger, Who Am I To You?
9. Drink the most bitter espresso, eat expensive meusli, buy 4.00 fruit.
10. Return home and pore through the pages of St. Anthony, laugh about Jesus' non-omnipotence as a team.
11. Try hummus in a can. It tastes how you would suspect.
12. Practice Chopin Ballade 1, extemporize.
13. Type away the day's list.
14. You're my 12:17.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

"Does This Sound Like An Abyss?"

1. Kundalini on a pirate ship.
2. Breakfast with the star of King Kong the Musical by a Bjork producer...?
3. Contemporary Mythology Pop
4. "I Want Phat Beats"
5. Sydney Road Walk. New dress, red belt.
6. Music at home- I covet because I love it!
7. Skype to far-away land

Friday, September 21, 2012

Fireball, Rain, Blood, Intervals. Dream song.

1. Wake up completely at 6:00AM.
2. Begin writing. Today's intention- to make everyone around me feel beautiful, hilarious, intelligent.
3. Read manifestos and laugh. Enjoy the possibility of a lively reading of all of these manifestos combined into one performance.
 4. Talk too much.
 5. Go on a run; expand.
6. Write messages to everybody.
7. Listen to the powerful rain on the warehouse roof. Play a song to it. D minor.
8. Music camp with Mat. Solfege/Australian Solfege and Lovely Day. Free Time.
9. God Bless the Child. Receive email from a beloved friend's mother telling her to keep this secret.
10. Long coffee talks at Jellystone Cafe and delicious meusli
11. Discussions of Honest Interaction, Wrapture and the Right Cheesus
12. Putter Around. Covet your neighbor's ox. Devil and angel. 10 Commandment improv.
13. Girl's night, Man meeting
14. Realize what you love in your life, and what is true.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Return to Melbourne: Day One

1. Write a list of alternate titles to Day One: Million-Dollar Horse Massacre, Languages of Robot Future, Bojangles Ballade 1, Ravel and the Name of the Missing Composer, Shy Artist, Problems of Nobility, Notes on Magical Regression/Repression, Tiger Toast
2. Read Mark Twain's "A Tramp Abroad" to get an idea of how one writes humorous travel anecdotes. 3. Get ranked, be an ellen among ellens, a self among selves
4. Do yoga
5. Hesitate before that perfect flat white
6. Remember everything is right here all the time.
7. Do not be afraid or rushed, too slow or fast, everything with a gracious smile
8. Spew the feelings words, a love letter, as follows: Melbourne I tried to remember exactly what I did last time as I stepped out of the airplane, where I went and what I felt, and all of the raw smells. This will not be that, this will be this. And a little sadness at what is this and not that, holding fast to belief in goodness. But do not apply any pressure, let it unfold, let me love. And where there is no fear (seabirds where the fear once grew) there is a new confidence, an excitement, anticipation, pacing around a cold warehouse, delicious apple, train sounds, catching up with my 12-day-as-month ex-boyfriend, trouble in mind, schwalessness, peace and piercing
9. be tense and puttering and sleepy
10. remember today's inspiration M.E. You and your laugh
11. Laugh and laugh and laugh