May 11 - Good to Be Alive, Isn't It?
other end -- and while we love Melissa, she still has her role to play. The usual, and then not so, morality play. Nitrous oxide plays tricks on the mind, swimming downward into a tunnel, not sure if there is any earthly future, but somehow the hygienist's words eventually clear the situation, and life goes on. Quite a strange experience, and a bit of suggestion selling, too. Make further appointments (lamentably, all is not quite well, after all these years),
then hit the road,
possibilities for the big birthday blow-out next weekend (George 85, Bette 80, Mark 55, Sorrel 50, Crystal 25).
Such a good time,
that cannot resist keeping it going,
to Stinson Beach,
then further south along the Coast Road past
the rocks of
Muir Beach Overlook to the
Easier to get the attention of the gardener than the maitr'd,
bartender eventually friendlily delivers,
and over to the populated side of Marin,
north on 101 to Celia's for paper-grading and more reservationing.
The word from G&B is: Celia's, which will no doubt be delightful, as always.
Pick up drycleaning thereafter (though items go mysteriously awol -- either there or later, not sure), swing by the post-box,
then head northward again,
east on 37, diverting up
116's scenic vaulting of
across the Valley,
attempting Jameson Canyon,
succeeding via American (the lower reaches of which, development seemingly never ceases...
for the upper),
suspects, and home for a holiday of Duo Sonata No. 2 pdf page 9, and composition of The Decameron and Psalm 96 (100 and system 2).