2013/16th August 2023 It appears I gave up too soon the other day when struggling with WordPress. It's what I am apt to do when I am overtired. In that condition it would take me all afternoon to achieve what this morning I managed in less than a minute. Why must we be presented so … Continue reading Challenges
26th July 2023 People talk of prevailing wind. There is also prevailing colour and at the moment it seems to be yellow. . What it is about cornfields? Maybe it isn't about the corn at all. Maybe it's all those lines that go on for infinity. The illusion of something ahead, just out of reach. … Continue reading Arachibutyrophobia?
31st July, 2021 For a change of scene, we went for a short drive yesterday afternoon, taking a rural route through the countryside and over the Vermont border, into Bennington. There's never a bad time to take a drive here, barring blizzards and rainstorms, of course. When we returned from Malta (the one in NY) … Continue reading Afternoon ride
30th July, 202` Every day I find myself more impressed and intrigued by Nature's designs. After an all-night downpour, the sun burned through. A solitary bud on the rose of Sharon that didn't disappear into some creature's tummy:( Next to the rose of Sharon, a little gap in the woods is full of lovely wildflowers … Continue reading Queen Anne
1909/9th July 2021 Having attended to the bird feeders and water bowls before breakfast, I ruled that the garden would be out of bounds for the rest of the day. Yesterday in the short time I spent outside, I managed to wrench my left shoulder. Possibly pulling the invasive vine off the invasive honeysuckle.... Overnight … Continue reading “Not” a garden day