Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Altered state

Things are changing a bit with me at the moment - not in a bad way, just in a deliberate change of priorities way - so I expect I may only create a blog post each weekend for a while at least. Absence of evidence will not necessarily be evidence of absence.

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  1. Hopefully you are enjoying your altered state!

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  2. This photo is a bit puzzling.

    I'm always in an altering state of affairs.

    Keep well and writing.

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  3. Of course....Just discovered it's upside down....

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  4. now I'm confused....

    maybe I am...

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  5. "maybe I am..."

    Well that's a rather confusing statement Claude.

    Descartes: "I think therefore I am."

    Claude: "Maybe I am"

    I think... I may prefer Claude's uncertainty, actually.

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  6. What a strange cut-out sky you discovered!

    Certainly an altered state with you but, I guess, at some point we'll see you in a reverted state.

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  7. We will be here when you return. In the meantime I hope your altered priorities go smoothly.

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  8. Are you doing headstands, Andrew?
    Best wishes for whatever it is you may be doing.

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  9. I would absolutely stop thinking if I would do somersaults.

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  10. Somersaults in an anti-gravity vehicle are easy though Claude. I'll see if Aileen might fix that up for you, but she does get jealous of other females you know.

    Whatever I was and am doing Syncy, it does not involve headstands.

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  11. I've only just learned that 'absence of evidence' quote is an example of propositional logic. Not being a mathematician I can only appreciate it literally - like this one: If the ground is not wet, then it has not been raining for an hour.

    I hope you'll be keeping yourself well entertained.

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  12. Not necessarily even in that way Susan, if I may be pedantic, for it may have dried in a sudden burst of intense sunshine, or a stray alien abduction ray... or someone might have sneaked out with a hairdryer attached to a long extension lead and dried it all out just to deceive you, or... oh, so many possibilities, in principle :)

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  13. Ooops, foiled by logic once more. So I will stick to silliness which suits me better anyway.

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  14. silliness is sensible, is what my logic tells me

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