I think I've realized why I'm so drawn to these silos...they bend and reflect light just like giant aspen trunks. They have the same finish as aspen bark, a powdery matte with just enough of a satin tinge to reflect their surroundings, and the same linen coloring, like canvases waiting for the day to paint them. Cool, eh? Well, I think so.
We're about to ship this wonderful example of modern technology off to places unknown so that people or machines unnamed can perform some witchcrafty transplants or transfusions on its vital hardware organs. We should be up and running with our fancy new desktop soon, at which time I'll be able to upload, provided i can figure out how even modern-er technology works. Cheers. nodp
This is our shepherd, Zoe. She's very sad because our computer has decided to stop recognizing any of its USB ports, preventing me from uploading any new work. We'll try to consult with someone smarter than us and get things working again. Thanks for checking in. NODP
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