Yet I Remain

A Daisy in a Crack

I’ve moved this web site to a new system. So it feels appropriate to make some pointless remark about resiliency and longevity. But there really are no fancy words. At this point in my life my survival is not a dramatic statement or some misguided defiance against a Universe which is trying to break me. I’m here. It’s that simple. No melodrama. No poetic statements.

I’ve been working on some things. We’ll see if any of them play out. If they do, I’m sure I’ll post about them here. If not, well, no harm done. At this point I think this web site is mostly like a product wrapper lying in the weeds alongside some busy street. Once in a while maybe someone will afford it a passing glance. But no one really picks it up and reads it. That’s okay. That’s not what this is about.

If my projects pan out, I’ll be posting about them here in the future. I’ll also be weeding out all the unnecessary posts from the web site during my slow times at work. It’s sobering, and even liberating, to realize that the bulk of everything I’ve posted to this web site over the last 20 years or so is just stuff I’m fine with sweeping into the bin.

Between us, something happened to me in December of 2019 which changed a lot. As with many way-points in our lives, there was before, and there’s the after, which is now. I’m at peace with the reality that most of what came before is not worth keeping. There are good bits here and there, and I’ll focus on those. Everything else can go away.

Anyway, if you’re bored enough to poke around here, you’re welcomed to rummage around. Most of the content here is going to be removed. Eventually I’ll get around to upgrading the look and feel of the web site so I can pretend I’m an actual recording artist and writer. Maybe even a painter. But all those things represent promises I may never fulfill. So take that for what it’s worth.

I remain. Like that daisy in the crack. I am. And that’s what I’m supposed to be.

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