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Blog Like It Isn't You Day - Darryl Doran 4 [May. 8th, 2009|10:43 am]
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[mood |quixotic]

Mrs. Doran adored both the brownies and the idea of her surprise gift! I had searched through around four hundred million universal iterations until, in the grey macrocosmic plains, I managed to procure for her a jabberwock. I've just returned from dropping her naked and unarmed in a forest with the beast.

Subjective time I've spent so far on my new contract has been a little under seven months, trawling through the client's history, looking for tweaks and changes, but to be honest, there's not much that could be improved. I'd slit the abstract's throat, but the problem would still bother me.

However While discussing the issue with Mrs. Doran on the way to the grey iteration, she suggested an fascinating new perspective regarding the perplexities of this assignment. Maybe the problems of the client's life are indeed ones of an absence, but not an absence of happiness.

Well, back into the amaranthine study-nook to explore the possibilities, after I check the washing.

© Danny Oz