Appliances With Separation Anxiety?
Wind turbines on Hatchet Ridge
I turned off the noisy refrigerator while I had coffee, read the news,
checked my email, and had breakfast. It was heavenly peaceful in my
little abode. A wonderful way to start the day.
Still feeding the baby
Since it has been back on, it is only cycling up to about three fourths the volume it was yesterday. It is not cycling as often, either.
chalk this up to it having reset itself, like a computer, or it could
be possessed with a personality that has an aversion to being replaced.
a lenticular cloud day. This one pictured here, that Mount Shasta
created, was particularly fun to watch as it changed shape. I could
easily imagine that something so big and active would contain a
personality of sorts, “I spin, therefore I am”.
I followed it over
time, and from different locations. I even made the rookie mistake of
shooting a few pictures in portrait mode. I was enamored, enchanted,
and clearly not in complete control of my photographic impulses. Ah
well, I just stuck them side by side in Pages, made a PDF, exported it as a JPEG, shrank it to blog size, and they fit on the page that way,
“I find solutions, therefore I am”.
I enjoy finding character and personalities in appliances, clouds,
chairs, cars, shoes, and umbrellas. My life is a lot richer when it is
populated with whimsy, imagination, and magical creations.
So, if my refrigerator is quieter now because it likes it here and wants to stay, or if it was a mechanical reset, at least it is less noisome.
I choose to use my imagination to make living with the noisy creature more fun, but I will be happier when I get a quieter refrigerator.
Today’s Musical Video;
( I think this is the best Marie Daniels video, so far.)