“Expecting the world to treat you fairly because you are a good person is a little like expecting the bull not to attack you because you are a vegetarian.” – Dennis Wholey
This made me an immediate Audrey Totter fan.
Definite Thumbs Up
Hoping Season 2 will be announced soon 🙂
My game bud visited last night with some sweet stuff acquired while I was away.
We had so much FUN!
Absolute Favorite Game of the Night – Strike
Just arrived in the mail from my awesome pen pal on the West Coast.
I love them!
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Just got home from an extended and enjoyable visit with friends. Can I tell you how great to be back home on the Cape with my family?
This afternoon I decided to reorganize my desk, and redo the bulletin board behind it.
The last one (pictured above) featured a set of cards I picked up in a Georgetown bookshop. Most of them were covers from mysteries and pulp fiction of the 50’s. My favorite is the one in the upper right corner: John Hara’s Butterfield 8. Have you seen the movie starring Liz Taylor? One of my favorites.
This is what I have up so far. I’m thinking favorite quotes for the bubbles, a tiny photo for each month, and some personally composed haiku/poetry on bits of brightly colored cardstock pinned here and there.
Four things are always on every board: the F for Frances, the peacock for darshan, the palm for luck, and the white key for my daughter Josie.
I guess I’ll get back to it.
Hope you are all having a wonderful day/life.
I began this blog in April with Apricots.
A poem I wrote myself.
Today I wondered just how many blog posts I had written since Day One – 54.
There was time when 54 posts in a month meant it had been a light month.
Then again I’ve been visiting friend for the last few weeks, so there have been some distractions – most quite pleasant 🙂
My concern today is that I forgot I wrote a poem called Apricots. It’s about someone leaving someone. More than a bit sad. And it has apricots in it – as you know.
Should I be worried? Is some form of early dementia setting in?
Have any of you forgotten a poem? or short story? I hope no one has forgotten a whole book.
I’m going to re-read the other 53 entries.
Who knows what else I forgot.
Til next time.