Friday, March 30, 1973 Rain tonight for the first time since my move here. Then the sky cleared and the City was pristine and shimmering. The Transamerica Pyamid, which just opened last week, looked just like a Christmas tree. My view at … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 1973
I Miss My Mom BLOG 5
Sunday, March 25, 1973 Cashed a check and went to Sears on Geary Blvd. for towels, dishes and everything else needed for a new place. Like the lady who waited on me. Not hard on the eyes and she knew … Continue reading
Ski Chalet in San Francisco — BLOG 4
Saturday, March 24, 1973 Moving day. All I did today was walk up and down steps. Boy, you sure don’t know how much stuff you have until you gotta move it. The place is Great! Better even than I’d dreamed. … Continue reading
Change of Scenery Equals Change of Life — BLOG 3
Friday, March 23, 1973
Tonight is my last night living in the house I grew up in . . . since I was five.
Tomorrow, I’m moving into a 500-square foot studio apartment in a recently completed complex that’s opening to new residents this weekend.
I just need to get away from 23rd Avenue, so I won’t hear the N-street car and the 71-bus roaring by and shaking the house every ten minutes. There’s other stuff I want to forget, too. All the death and dying I’m seeing every night at work is triggering the memories of what happened to Mom in the upstairs bathroom.
“Divorce is the screwing you get — for the screw you got.” BLOG 2
Thursday, March 22, 1973 Day off today. A really wet winter, but this was the first nice day in San Francisco in quite a while. Sunny and 65 degrees. I’m surrounded by 30-year-old guys at work on the midnight watch. … Continue reading
Stuff is getting expensive, but I want to make sense of it all
Wednesday, March 21, 1973 Went down to Brook’s Stationery store at 20th and Irving Street today. Bought this journal. $3.50. Stuff is getting expensive! Wanna write down all the crazy shit happening every night in the Haight-Ashbury and Fillmore… so … Continue reading