Leo 24° (August 16)


Hit the beach this morning at seven o’clock for what will now be our daily walks for sure. There was a dead seal who had a large bite taken out of it. The signs for sharks are posted daily and the water is seriously warm and things have really changed since the first time I ever put my foot in the icey New England water. Not icey anymore. All the ice caps are melting they really are melting this is not a drill. I cannot believe how fast the destruction is happening but I can only say that I’m actually glad I don’t have kids. The world is going to be such a disastrous place for the next generation. There is one child on S.’s side and her parents had her late. I hope for long life for her parents, and that she will have a large and happy family, because everyone will be gone and she will be left all alone. It’s sad but true. Not to mention they are a “family bed” family, still (I’m not even going to tell you how old she is) but the awakening in which she is in for in life can’t help but be rude. Because what she’s being set up for—this perfect twenty-first-century Siddhartha stile life—is simply not sustainable. How did I get on this? Anyway we went for our walk and it was glorious but quite hot on the beach which is weird because it was relatively cool here. Funny how that goes.

I dropped off  the car to the garage and walked home. We are going into Provincetown today so I will quit working rather early. Got as much completed today as possible. Spoke with a new sponsor. Headed into town around three and went to the post office and bank. I left Cortale a message in regard to putting our poster out. I think that I will pay him in advance so that we will be ahead of the game. Just seems kind of better way. Anyway we found parking near pete and Ted’s and dropped off the wine we brought back from Pete’s family town in Greece. It was nice to see them. We were early for our dinner reservation so we just headed over. I had fondu as an appetizer. I’m looking forward to some pointed weight loss.  S. got a shrimp cocktail. We shared a steak and shared a salad. The beauty was that Raina joined us the whole time. And we had a lovely Bandol. It was just delightful and we got out of there at seven in time for the incoming reservation. We headed down to Captain’s Daughters and I bought myself a nice pipe. Upon leaving this very drunk woman attached herself to us and followed us to the Four Eleven gallery. We did manage to ditch her there thank heaven. We then headed to Albert Merola where we did end up buying a nice little painting from a new artist. Also stopped by AMP.

Figure out timeline.  Do AsterCast budget. Figure out the tee-shirt situation. Make schedule for new year book launch. Really reconnecting. The upshot of today will be getting all the would-be Sparklers and Missionaries contacted and worked into a system of giving. This will be supported by MEJ posting things about the establishments with the blurbs they’ve written. I will promote. Instagram Avra, Idol, Amun, the Ram god. There was a statue of him yesterday at the museum in Naples. Festival week itself. We do need our own separate accounts on that score and then one for combined S+C and AsterCast or no?? And then circling around to ask them for a Missionary Donation. Wake. Write. SM/bite. Exercise. Notes/Coffee. Write. Lunch. Work. Dinner. Read. Rinse. Repeat.


To view the original Sabian Symbol themed 2015 Cosmic Blague corresponding to this day: Flashback! The degree pointof the Sabian Symbol will be one degree higher than the one listed for today. The Blague portrays the starting degree of for this day ( 0°,  for instance), as I typically post in the morning, while the Sabian number corresponds to the end point (1°) of that same 0°-1° period. There are 360  degrees spread over 365 or 6 days per year—so they near but not exactly correlate.


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