"Method" part 2 of 3
Another quick page. I think these would take a lot longer if there was more than one thing going on, and more than just one person doing whatever is happening. Scale is a little wonky, but I'm intentionally not worrying about that sort of thing for this stage of the project.
The girl above moves through life with a sort of grace about her. She's not a commuter, but she rides the train frequently enough that the rote action of passing through the turnstile is familiar enough, that she does so in one fluid motion. The ritual of mass transit is familiar enough that she doesn't need to pay that close attention to things, and so she listens to songs she likes as she goes from place to place.
Autumn is rolling in. We've had a fair amount of rain and chilly weather in recent days. Today was a welcomed break from that, being warm and sunny - though I was indoors for most of the day. I went on a walk in the evening, hoping to catch the tail end of the fine weather. Night fell, and the chill came back to the air. I guess that is to be expected, though it kind of surprised me since I was deep in thought.
There are things I don't like about myself. I think most of them are superficial things. Things that are a product of the transitioning from an old life to a new one. The details are pretty personal, so I won't explore them here. It is one of those things where there are some particular ideals that you would like to embody; but you're so far off the mark, and you don't realy have that much faith in yourself to get there. It is the sort of feeling where you feel like trash. Maybe you know what I mean. Maybe you don't.
Well, I found a way of approaching this that I find comforting. To put aside my present feelings, the idea is take that cooler version of yourself, and say "this is who I'm going to be in a few years". Maybe sooner. Follow that thought through, and you get a pretty good picture of how you might reasonably get to be where or who you need to be.
Autumn air smells nice.