On The Right Track, Too? "Between The Lines"
It was about train-lines and being on the right track.
It covered a heap of syncs that keep propelling me on my mysterious journey forward.
You'll just have to read it, as there is too much to recap here in this post.
I've been going through old magazines I bought on grocery shopping trips months ago, but didn't get around to reading at the time.
|My magazine pile that I'm working my way through (the 4 bottom shelves).|
I really didn't think this would work, but work it has, and far better than expected.
I made up my mind to go with the flow, so when my hand randomly pulled out a Men's Style magazine
(the one before the one pictured above)
I thought this was going to be a waste of time sync wise, but at least I could read them and then give them away and make some more shelf space.
I read this article about Gavin Pretor-Piney and how he wrote his first book The Cloud Spotter's Guide.
and then followed up with
The Wave-watcher's Companion,
which I had bought about a year ago and still had sitting unread on my bookcase.
So, I took that as a sign and pulled it out of my bookcase and started reading it as well.
|The Queensland cloud that inspired Gavin.|
Reading that article and starting on
The Wave-watcher's Companion
inspired me to write this post -
Not in Kansas Anymore?
And reading the above article in one of the
Men's Style magazines from the pile inspired this post -
Cars Too 2
67 Not Out blog.
There is a link here to the story about John Lennon -
Kevin, Walls and Bridges
|Life is stranger than fiction. I agree. From the same magazine as the above.|
I went back to reading the Men's Style magazine wondering if I was
on the right track, because I feel like my life is heading off the rails at the moment.
I keep feeling that if I'm on the right track, then where is it taking me
and when am I going to get there?
Then I turn the page in the magazine and see this.
|Wave Watches /Watcher's?|
|Another article from Men's Style featuring Nick Stahl,star of 'Carnival'.|
On the Road, a movie I saw at the cinema and was thinking about
buying on DVD.
On the Road is on the list as well.
|'Here Comes the Boom'? Train crossing?|
|"He wasn't quite 42 years old".|