I’ve spent the past month working in a customer’s car that was a real lemon! First it was about finding the parts at a good price, then taking them to the machine shop for repairs, to finally putting all together to make it run again…new life for an old, battered engine.
No time to get in this blog to post something; no time to even think of an idea, concept or perception to write about. Now the car is gone and happily running the streets while I get back to the computer and check thinks around the blog.
So far about 70 spam comments in the spam folder and an absence of more than a month from my part (sorry!) Truly time is a runaway when we become busy on other stuff.
So (finally) the time has come to write again and post in this blog and let’s hope no more lemon cars in the area for some time.
Summer is coming! (So they say; it’s been raining for three days now) and with it the possibility of some running around with the Isetta and the opportunity to see more of the outside world and its strange shape and configuration (just kidding! I’ve spent way too much time indoors lately)
How about the movement of time inside a box? It really seems to go at a different rate compared with the outside time, although is just a personal perception and not a fact, still is a reality for everyone many times throughout life.
We spend a good deal of time in a room working in a project and then when we go outside it feels like we were sort of time travelers arriving to a strange location; the weather might be different (sunny or rainy), the time of the day has changed at a different proportion compared with what was expected and we feel tired and dizzy and somehow completely out of place.
Time seems to be moving at a different speed outside compared with inside and we have no control on the situation. Or do we?
How about moving on purpose at a different speed just for the fun of it? Like when we purposely over sleep and wake up knowing we didn’t move in time yet outside time kept running, so we can find ourselves a little bit in the future at once without the wait of walking the minutes.(I told you I’ve spent too much time indoors lately!)