Maintain a sense of humor, or as Gary would say: Keep your stick on the ice!
An abundance of caution . . . "you'll get used to it. Maybe."
When he was teaching Physics at Seaside High School, my brother held a Rube Goldberg Machine competition for his students. They worked in teams and were given a specific goal to build a machine that did something simple like cut a fruit in half or open a box. That simple process was deliberately and pointedly [...]
Sometimes the world calls and we answer.
It's time to go for a long walk.
A reassurance to myself that not all experts are created equal. Trust my senses.
Yesterday was our 46th anniversary, and today the people who own the house north of us called me a "b----" and a "f---ing b----." Several times, actually. I was told to go in the house, that I did not understand what was happening. That I did not understand psychology and using that language was entirely [...]
The Cape. I created this "TEST" with the new Editor for WordPress. I find the "Classic" version I have been using and which suited me perfectly has lost function. I am reminded of Microsoft Word 1, that earliest version I used of that software program in 1989. (Someone will volunteer the 1.4 or whatever it [...]
Rain is pouring down and the stream that runs under our neighbor's house is not running. A bad sign. We will not get our walk this morning. I watched a movie the other day about an eighty year old woman climbing what passes for a mountain in Scotland, Edie. In my world mountains have snow [...]
I am moving all mention of the pandemic to a separate file on my website. Look for "covid19" in the menu at the top of my page. In the mean time, I am working on my fable.