I miss the general atmosphere. I miss the feeling that I'm in a magical place for 10 days of every year. I miss being surrounded by people whom I trust a great deal more than a similar sample of people in the default world.
there is so much I miss, from spending $ instead of £, getting up every single day knowing just about every single person i meet that day i will want to meet. I miss being home.
completely unconcerned. "Savannah" I like it . . . it makes us sound forward-thinking, and not at all like trailblazing, professional-level procrastinors. the rest of us are in the School of Fukkit. "Eric"
I miss waking up to the sound of distant techno music through a dusty sunrise, from my 1995 Ford F150 with a fire engine red camper shell.
My cats are cuter than your grandkids! "We in Arizona (and the rest of the United States) have been more than patient waiting for Washington to act." "Government is not the solution to our problems, government is the problem."
I miss some of the more "biting" snark we used to have here........it was a little more "edgy".......friendly and all, but you sort of had to run a "gauntlet" at times. I'm not good at snark, but some here are/were "Masters". Always enjoyed watching them ply their trade, even when it was directed at me.
Walking around at night. Totally lost and loving it.
The feeling of 'no time constraints'.
Hugging a stranger and telling them, "Welcome home".
Riding my bike through the city admiring peoples ingenuity.
Riding out the windstorm with a smile under my facemask.
Riding my bike through the city after the storm to view spectacular failures.
Pictures or it didn't happen. Greycoyote "I a recovering swagaholic. I have to resist my grabby nature" VultureChow "Those aren't buttermilk biscuits I'm lying on" Savannah "I'm a motherfucking skeptic tank" SimonofthePlaya