This morning I woke to a rain shower in the kitchen. A fierce and steady downpour that originated from a busted toilet pipe upstairs. I waded upstream through the spray of water to shut the thing off and spent much of my morning longing for breakfast and coffee as I sopped up water with as many towels as I could find and set out pots and pans to catch some of the yellowish ceiling water long after much of the damage had of course already been done.
I blame the late administration of caffeine on the fact that my phone appears to have been destroyed. Of course my clothes were soaked through so I took a quick shower and tossed the clothes into the washer only to ask myself some minutes later, "Where's my phone?" And I remembered it was in my pocket of the pants spinning and soaking.
When I first fished it out, it didn't work at all. Now I get a blank white screen and glowing buttons when I put the battery back in but no functionality. I suspect further drying will not help.
But, yes, I am happy about Proposition 8 and the Defence of Marriage Act being defeated. I hope to join my gay friends in swooping in on the now defenceless institution's soft white belly, tearing it asunder and feasting on its quivering wet pink bowels or whatever the worst nightmare of the right wing is. Maybe I'm spewing divisive politics here but, hey, I've been trying to control an indoors that suddenly felt like outdoors in Guatemala all morning.
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