Time Travel and Jet-Lag
I think Kana mentioned that it takes the soul about
2-3 days to catch up with the body after a long flight.
I have to agree.
I got up this morning at 4 a.m
We'd gotten to bed at 6.30 p.m Saturday evening after getting
into Los Angeles at 12.50 p.m
I'm still in the throes of disorientation and readjustment.
I think that travelling and being shuttled from
one world to another is great for precisely that, ie.
having to question your pre-existing notions of comfort,
of home, of space and of time.
The sun is a little lower in the sky and the weather has
gotten cooler in the 2 weeks that we've been away from
Los Angeles. People are now all decked in sweaters
after the last flashes of summer skin from two weeks back.
It's so wierd to have all these worlds within us, these
worlds that we carry around and interact with.
Memories of Japan still within me...and as I write this,
a poignant Eastern pentatonic scaled melody is being played
by the violin over Peet's speakers.