I lost the first real love of my life, Shelley, on New Year's Eve, 1964. (She felt at 16 that she was just too young.) From that day forward, I started keeping a diary as a type of self-therapy for a broken heart. Reading it now, back then I was completely convinced that I would die when I was only 23. There evidently was no other reason to live. And then, a few pages later when I finally turned 23, I was convinced that I would die when I was 27. At 27, I figured 33 would be the magic number. The romanticism finally wore off when I was 33, and I got too busy to think about it and the diary was forgotten. And now as 2004 comes in, at 57, I really don't want to think about it at all. The point, of course, is that narcistically focusing on the past wastes a lot of energy and time when there are better things to do. And this applies to astrophotography too.
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As for Shelley, she did track me down on the Internet and sent a picture of herself this Christmas. Good grief ... Venus had turned into Brunhilde! And so, as 2004 comes in I'll be happily focusing on the future and take some new pictures of the stars. It's the best thing to do.
Happy 2004 to Everyone!