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With this hanky, I thee blow

May 04, 2005

Feeling quite ill today, woozy from the meds. I'm blaming the freak snow/hail storm we had yesterday. Of course, I was in my spring jacket and did not expect the sudden drop in temperature. Now my lucky health streak has broken. I hadn't experienced even a sniffle for MONTHS now, which is great considering I ride the good ol' public transit and live in city with infinitely reproductive international strains of flu. Alas, how the Mighty ImmunoGirl has fallen.

Been so long since such a viral matter has coursed through my blood stream, it's a little intoxicating. My vision is fuzzy and surreal, my skin is covered in goosebumps that refuse to subside. My eye balls feel warm around the sides. I look like a poster girl for the apocalypse. Scary shizz.

When I'm sick I like to make full use of the toxic symptoms because they make me appreciate things in a new light. It's a psychedelic effect brought on by copious amounts of germs and meds. I like to stare at things all wide-eyed like a new born bebe. For this sickness, I'm staring at the following collection of photographs:


An entire collection is available and is worth the view. There is something about urban decay that goes so well with illness. Like the objects in these images, though filled with physical damage and neglect, are still really lovely. Yes, I like this decay, decay is good. At least it's not a war zone, decay is a much better legacy than a war zone.

Time to go blow my schnoz...

posted by Neha
8:30 PM


Blogger Wolfe said...

You're high on the meds, arn't you?

5/05/2005 01:44:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

Oh Wolfie, you are so right. I've been eating these 'life brand' (ha!) daytime/nighttime deals but daym them to hell, the only thing that distinguishes the day from night is the colour. And I have NO CLUE what the colour legend is. So I ate green pill and fell deeeep into the rabbit hole. My day turned to night and I began wondering why everything had such a fuzzy quality about it, d'oh!

5/05/2005 08:16:00 AM  
Blogger Paresh said...

Champa.. this would be the usual state of affairs for her though...what with the drugs and all

5/05/2005 09:26:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

Arey Hemu, friend nathi banvu ke soo? Ha, I added you, my addy has the word 'pooky' in it. So that's me, not some 12 yr old girl as the name would suggest.

Hey P, syrup/byrup joyey che? First spoonful is for free!

5/05/2005 10:12:00 AM  

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