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2015年11月30日 イイね!

My arms and legs spasm in a panic

My arms and legs spasm in a panic

The dial is registering almost empty, less than a quarter left, when I find the pipe. It is large and iron and runs along the sea bed, then turns a corner and plunges over a cliff, going straight down to where the moonlight doesn’t reach. I shoot down along it, kicking all the way. I keep my torch on the iron side of the pipe and soon that’s all I can see. The pressure hugs me, squeezes me till I start to feel dizzy. I can see cold and black and just a tiny patch of light and this pipe still going down. I could surface, but I’d never get back so deep again. And there’s nothing up above me anyway. The surface seems a lonely place to be dermes vs medilase.

Just before the pipe runs straight into the mud floor there’s an oval opening. My torch shines into it, but it’s just the inside of a pipe. A small compartment. I swim in. With one hand and the torch looking I feel round the edge of the opening and find a door. Some kind of airlock. A door on the outside and somewhere then a door on the inside too. The first door shuts infinitely slowly. The dial on my air reads empty. I pull a breath and it still comes out so I hold it for as long as I can. I look for the switch or the sign or the way out. The second door. I scan the insides of the pipe section, trying to orient which way is up, which way is out.
Then the torch goes out.

Then I take a breath that cuts out half way through.
The tank is empty. which takes hold of me, I’m squirming and kicking out, thrashing and trapped, until I bash my arm and feel the pain from it, a numbness heavier than the one already overtaking me Maggie Beauty.

There is something on the wall. Some kind of a handle on the wall. A circular handle on a shaft. I grasp it in my left hand and pull myself to it, holding what’s left of my breath. Too late now to surface. Too late for most everything. Not too late to decide which way the handle turns, if it even turns. Clockwise. I turn but can’t move it. Too late to try the other way? or should I just keep forcing it? It might not have been moved for generations. Too late for any of this?
I bring my legs up past me and plant my feet on the wall. I grip tighter, apply torque. The last of the breath bubbles out of me with the effort. I suck but nothing else comes and my chest leaps like a mad
Posted at 2015/11/30 11:39:14 | コメント(0) | トラックバック(0) | 日記
2015年11月27日 イイね!

Don’t put it back in the pile

Don’t put it back in the pile

I’ve been a simplifier and a declutterer for years now (probably 8-9 years) and I’ve gotten pretty good at it, but I’ve found that you have to keep coming back to revisit your clutter every once in awhile .

Here are my top decluttering tips:

Do it in small chunks. Set aside just 15 minutes to declutter just one shelf, and when that shelf or that 15 minutes is up, celebrate your victory. Then tackle another shelf for 15 minutes the next day. Conquering an entire closet or room can be overwhelming, and you might put it off forever. If that’s the case, just do it in baby steps.

Set aside a couple hours to do it. This may seem contradictory to the above tip … and it is. It’s simply a different strategy, and I say do whatever works for you. Sometimes, for me, it’s good to set aside part of a morning, or an entire Saturday morning, to declutter a closet or room. I do it all at once, and when I’m done, it feels awesome graduation dinner.

Take everything out of a shelf or drawer at once. Whichever of the two above strategies you choose, you should focus on one drawer or shelf at a time, and empty it completely. Then clean that shelf or drawer. Then, take the pile and sort it (see next tip), and put back just what you want to keep. Then tackle the next shelf or drawer.

Sort through your pile, one item at a time, and make quick decisions. Have a trash bag and a give-away box handy. When you pull everything out of a shelf or drawer, sort through the pile one at a time. Pick up an item, and make a decision: trash, give away, or keep. . Do this with the entire pile, and soon, you’ll be done. If you keep sorting through the pile, and re-sorting, it’ll take forever. Put back only what you want to keep, and arrange it nicely.
Be merciless. You may be a pack rat, but the truth is, you won’t ever use most of the junk you’ve accumulated. If you haven’t used it in the last year, get rid of it. It’s as simple as that. If you’ve only used it once or twice in the last year, but know you won’t use it in the next year, get rid of it. Toss it if it’s unsalvageable, and give it away if someone else might be able to use it you find.
Posted at 2015/11/27 11:45:42 | コメント(0) | トラックバック(0) | 日記
2015年11月17日 イイね!

We have still three brothers who are bound

We have still three brothers who are bound






Hereupon his father knew him again, and begged his pardon, and took him home with him, and then he related all that had happened to him, and how he had got into a forest on a high mountain, and the mountain had opened and he had gone into an enchanted castle, where all was black, and three young princesses had come to him who were black except a little white on their faces. And they had told him not to fear, and that he could deliver them. Then his mother said that might very likely not be a good thing to do, and that he ought to take a holy-water vessel with him, and drop some boiling water on their faces elyze.



He went back again, and he was in great fear, and he dropped the water on their faces as they were sleeping, and they all turned half-white. Then all the three princesses sprang up, and said, "Thou accurseddog, our blood shall cry for vengeance on thee! Now there is no man born in the world, nor will any ever be born who can set us free! by seven chains they shall tear thee to pieces." Then there was a loud shrieking all over the castle, and he sprang out of the window, and broke his leg, and the castle sank into the earth again, the mountain shut to again, and no one knew where the castle had stood elyze.

 

There were once two brothers, the one rich, the other poor. The rich one, however, gave nothing to the poor one, and he gained a scanty living by trading in corn, and often did so badly that he had no bread for his wife and children. Once when he was wheeling a barrow through the forest he saw, on one side of him, a great, bare, naked-looking mountain, and as he had never seen it before, he stood still and stared at it with amazement elyze.
Posted at 2015/11/17 17:36:46 | コメント(0) | トラックバック(0) | 日記

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