hello. I type that word and the cursor blinks, waiting for my next instruction. What is it that draws us here, out into the virtual “open”? What is it that draws me here? This place, where readers come and go, friends have been made and unmade, subscriber numbers ebb and flow, and blog commenters grow […]
you don’t have to read (or like) any of the booker prize winning novels you don’t have to talk about politics. or make any excuses whatsoever for not talking about politics you don’t have to give a reason for saying no you get to decide what’s important for you. give yourself permission to do that […]
+++ i’ve read about the cyanometer in three places recently. this fabulous invention is attributed to Horace-Bénédict de Saussure who is credited with inventing this in 1789. made from squares of paper dyed in graduated shades of blue and arranged in an open circle or square, cyanometers are used for easy comparison with the sky’s […]
a work-from-home-whilst-still-in-recovery-mode day + a kiddie cup of locally made coconut gelato at the beach day + a trying a new recipe for supper day + a fantastic mail day +++ for iNaBloPoMo 2019. Yes, yes, it’s National Blog Posting Month in the USA, but I am joining in anyway and making it International Blog […]
a crash landing at the end of the month + sleeping through days filled with sunshine + craving only soup and strawberries +++ thanks for your company during this 31-day project. i’m glad of your company here.