Two down Tuesday March 29, 2005, 5 comments

I’ve found the second, with a third not far behind.

As I find more and more, and get closer to nine, I get more and more excited. Of course, it could be the spring weather, the sunshine and the lengthening days, but I like to think it’s got more to do with the search.

Let’s face it. Discovery is exciting.

Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t easy. I can’t actually think of anything I’ve done in the last 20 years that was more difficult than this. While it has seemed that the first two of nine were discovered rather quickly, it was a lot of work, and didn’t happen fast at all.

What’s going to be even more work is finding the tenth. I don’t know if anyone ever has, but damnit, I’m going to.

I’ve not felt so invigorated in a long time.


Comments

K Tuesday March 29, 2005


what’s the tenth? – is also the question that canfuses me most and makes me a little bit unsure if i’m right with my guess.
But finding the answer makes me an addicted rain-reader.

caerulea Tuesday March 29, 2005


this is exciting…. tagging along as you discover your toes.
~c

Jorge Tuesday March 29, 2005


You can only HOPE it’s his toes.

Adrian Tuesday March 29, 2005


You’ve made an assumption that I have only ten toes…

caerulea Wednesday March 30, 2005


I was assuming you had only 9, and misplaced the tenth.
~c

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