New Year’s Eve 2014

pages from The Life After by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Gabo (Oni Press)
pages from The Life After by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Gabo (Oni Press)

It’s New Year’s Eve, and my bus ride home from work was beautiful at sunset. I was among all the city’s people but getting ready to disappear like a periwinkle into my apartment, not to emerge again until 2015.

I have a small stable of navel-gazing tumblrs that exist to keep me from being maudlin on Facebook. I don’t promote them, and sometimes months go by when I just re-blog images from other people and don’t write a jot. I enjoy the feeling that these tumblrs are lost in the forest of the Internet. One is called Mining Transport.

It’s New Year’s Eve, I got a little reflective, and I tumbled again.

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