Anonymous (probably my Dad) has requested another Blog. I have been MAD busy at work this week, so haven't had the time to write one. I'm 6th in line at customer service at Tekserve to get my laptop fixed. It's going crazy and it's brand new. So I'm writing this blog in the store on one of their floor models.
Yesterday on the train home, I saw a very unusual sunset. I didn't have my trusty Cybershot on me to capture the view, but I shall attempt to explain it verbally, which will do it no justice. There was an EYE in the SKY. The clouded sky had decided to let loose a terrible storm, after waiting all day, undecided on whether or not it wanted to. But it did, and it was a 20 min doozy. Our office is close to the Empire State Building, and one lightining bolt probably hit the damn thing. Our whole entire office building shook, I could feel it through the floor. It sounded like 1,000 dump trucks filled with mercury were dropped from the moon, and landed just outside the window. Scarred the bejesus out of us. But on the train, going over the Williamsburg Bridge, The grey sky slit open, in the shape of an eye. In the center of the slit, just like a pupil, sat the setting, golden sun. It really looked just like a giant orange eyeball in the sky. But what was interesting about it ( other than it looked like a big eyeball) was that it was LOOKING at me. The rays of the sun were projected forward, directly out, as if this giant sentient being in the clouds had laser vision. Like Cyclops. It was incredibly cool.