Tag Archives: blogging
Sweet, or soft?
Updated again (more haste less speed)… I’m posting a couple of pictures today, as a vehicle for telling you I’m going to hibernate from blogging – and reading other bloggers’ words – for the next two weeks or so. I … Continue reading
If a picture paints a thousand words …
… then why bother writing? The world is a kaleidoscope for instant photo-gratification. Take a picture with your phone and – abracadabra – enhance it with a swipe of a digital magic wand. Words? Well, perhaps just a few. To … Continue reading
Walking with Tess ‘on this journey called life’
Not many people understand it when you start wondering if you should become a nun. I’ve only encountered two people in my life with whom I shared this serious experience, who really understood it. One was my long-departed, always missed … Continue reading
The anaconda, or the hat?
The anaconda swallowed an elephant. It was, admittedly, a very brown anaconda. Brown like the brown-paper-packages that Julie Andrews liked tied-up-with-string. I love the concept: a little boy draws a picture of an anaconda that’s swallowed an elephant – but … Continue reading
The poet-tramp-novelist and the dragonfly
No time to stand and stare. You know the quote, don’t you? Or do you? ‘What is this life if, full of care/ we have not time to stand and stare?’ [A classic example of the importance of commas, btw, … Continue reading
Something happened this week that makes blogging seem totally trivial. Bad news from a friend. I won’t share it, there’s enough bad news in the world without me foisting my small part of it on you. But I’m feeling rather … Continue reading →