Perfect weather pisses me off because no matter what I do I feel like I'm wasting it. The picture above is a picture of perfect weather. It's too hard to decide what to do, because you feel pressure to get it right. After taking this picture I used the bathroom at the Tribeca Barnes & Noble (cleanest one in town) and while I was there decided to see if there were any new poetry books that didn't suck and which I didn't know about. There was. It's called Rogue Hemlocks, and it's written by a person whose name is Carl Martin. It's his third book. It is a book I will buy if and when I see it at a decent bookstore. Ahem. So no, I didn't buy it, but I skimmed a couple of poems and felt pretty much like I'd read something I'd never read before, which is something that happens to me only once a month or so. That's a wild guess, but still.
I'm going to this thing at Unnameable tomorrow that should be fun and interesting.
I'm almost done with the third chapter of Sentimental Education.