In this time of COVID everybody’s got to do what they got to do, but we’ve all got to do it a bit differently than we have before. Turns out social distancing is easy when you live where and how I do. Being a hermit kind of person, I hardly… Continue reading →
Sometimes it seems the world’s going to hell in a hand basket, but you’ve got to trust that the light at the end of the tunnel will be there. Continue reading →
My memory of the phone dreams are always vague but unsettling. What are they supposed to mean?
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Bookbinding: An art and a craft and a heck of a lot of fun. And messes, too. A heck of a lot of mess. Continue reading →
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It had to happen, of course. The honeymoon always ends. Life moves on and the fresh new relationship gradually transforms into an old familiar one. Allowances for past traumas, habits, and reactions give way to impatience with behaviors based on the past. It’s here and now — let’s get on… Continue reading →
Rosie barked today. Seriously barked, not just a passing woof. A neighbor who had been moving some dirt with his tractor right outside the house was walking around on foot, assessing what he’d done and what he needed to do next. He came close to the back door and for… Continue reading →
Cats rule. This is something all cats understand. Dogs may not get it at first, but wise dogs don’t argue the point — not even when they know it ain’t so. Especially not when the cat is Tux and the dog is Rosie. She might outweigh Tux by 30 pounds… Continue reading →
JUST KIDDING! No need for bail! Yesterday I participated in the Pie Town Pie Festival Fun Run. It was my third year. This event is the only run I do, as I’m no runner. My point in signing up and planning for it is not to get the tee shirt… Continue reading →
I’m flyin’ high and I cannot lie — I finally made a loaf of sourdough bread that not only tastes good, but is actually sour! It’s a kind of miracle! Oh, it’s not San Francisco sourdough, but then I don’t live in San Francisco, whereas San Francisco sourdough yeast does… Continue reading →