Saturday, June 30, 2007

Clouds Are Breaking

It's a Saturday night - June's final day. The last streaks of sunset are receding across the Northwest sky, rainclouds have been banished until October, and Seattle is in its prime.

Some of you will recall the 40 day flood of experiments I inundated myself with back on May 22. If your calender is handy, that means the time is almost up. Tomorrow, we can expect a reprieve. As I write this, I am preparing the last batch of cells for my last surgical experiment of my graduate career. The clouds are breaking for me, too. The sky is lightening. I can almost feel the sun cooking my pale Northwest skin.

This feels good.

I sure hope it takes me less time to find land then it took Noah et al. I am ready for it to finish.

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