Blogging with Guy – Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I woke up at 7:08 a.m. I weighed one hundred seventy-four point five pounds in the bathroom. Downstairs, I texted Dad (Richard Russell Conners, Juinor) in the living room. I made a Polish sausage sandwich for The Arts of Life, Inc. I texted him at eight o’seven. I e-mailed Kevin Michael Murray in the front door. The Dodge Grand Caravan number three eight zero zero came at eight thirty-five. On the wheelchair van, I read the Sports Illustrated by myself. I texted mom (Sandra Lynn Yasutake Conners) at nine o’nine. I arrived at The Arts of Life, Inc. to see everybody, didn’t bring my yellow earplugs, and went to the cafe. In the late morning/early afternoon, I drew a still life with a dog and a house in the studio. I went back to the cafe at eleven thirty. I read a sports magazine. In the afternoon, I saw the Mendel from nineteen forty-two thousand six years ago. Pablo Alonza, Steve Harhaj, Kristopher K. Schenkel, and Michael John Marino talked to us. We swept the floor. We mopped it. Steve Harhaj talked to us. I went to Sara and Emily’s office at one o’four p.m. I drew a still life. I went back to the cafe again at one forty-six. I watched “Dumb and Dumber” on the black iPad with Joshua Albert Wykes. On the Pace ADA Paratransit Service number three nine six six, I texted Thuan Thi Thanh Nguyen and Mom (Sandra Conners). I took a nap by myself. I went back home. I washed the knife. In the late afternoon, I texted Paul Kenneth Rohde, Anthony Philip Zeller, and Ann Martha Zeller. Upstairs, I saw Grandma (Ruth Sonoko Tahara Yasutake) and Grandpa (Seiichi Michael Yasutake) in a picture from years ago in Mom and Dad’s room then read the Chicago Tribune on my white iPad. Afterwards, I watched a slideshow in the basement. In the late afternoon/early evening, Mom and I drove to CVS/pharamcy in our Toyota prius and went to Beverly Yoga Center to meet everyone. Caren Joan Carvlin taught yoga. I cleaned the purple yoga mat. Mom and I went back to CVS/pharmacy. She bought cough drops. We drove back home in our hybrid hatchback.