Time.

It’s not on your side.

Or mine.

It’s been almost a year since my last blog and it’s not that I didn’t want to, it’s that I couldn’t. Turns out that the Cloud Industrial Complex got wind of my theories involving their hold on our society and decided to try to blow me over. I was held captive in the eye of a tornado for several months, only eating and drinking the things I could catch flying by. It swept me almost all the way across the United States dropping me off on top of the Appalachian mountains where I had to hike through multiple climates and terrains just to make it back into civilization.

Once I returned, a gray cloud appeared and started following me everywhere I went.

Anytime I would get online it would send a lightning bolt through my electric outlets and shut off my power before I could post anything that was happening to me.

The thing about air is it’s everywhere and the air and the clouds are like BFFs. I had to convince the air that I would only say good things about it, like how it helps us breathe etc. which it does. The air is great. Air is one of my favorite things. Air keeps us alive.

No, I haven’t been bought out. Or have I? It’s hard to tell anymore.
The thing about time is that even though I’ve been away for a year, I can pick back right where I left off and no one will be the wiser. Mostly because no one has fallen onto this website yet and thus has no idea what’s actually going on in our world.

But I know because of how time works that if I wait long enough everything will unravel just as it should. And if it doesn’t it won’t matter because eventually time will kill me, and you, and everyone we know. It’s honestly more dangerous than the Cloud Industrial Complex.

I’ll fill you in as it tick-tocks forward; in the meantime, be aware, time doesn’t move in a straight line like we were taught to believe, it’s all around us, forward, backward, upside down.

Stay-tuned.

I’m back for good and ready to fill you in on all that’s really happening out there from the air, to the clouds, to the sand in the hourglass.