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.

16 comments:

CherryPie said...

Hopefully you are enjoying your altered state!

Claude said...

This photo is a bit puzzling.

I'm always in an altering state of affairs.

Keep well and writing.

Claude said...

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

Don QuiScottie said...

Is it?

Claude said...

now I'm confused....

maybe I am...

Don QuiScottie said...

"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.

CalumCarr said...

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.

Elephant's Child said...

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

Syncopated Eyeball said...

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

Claude said...

I would absolutely stop thinking if I would do somersaults.

Don QuiScottie said...

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.

Sean Jeating said...

This state will alter.

susan said...

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.

Don QuiScottie said...

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 :)

susan said...

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

Don QuiScottie said...

silliness is sensible, is what my logic tells me