Will they ever get it together? I doubt it. They each want to get something out of it instead of seeing what they can give to it and build together.
Some things in life matter a great deal to me.
I’ve finished the last one. The next one is already in my mind. I wonder if anyone reads them.
I was in New York. My daughter’s son, Henry, is in Australia. I telephoned to wish him a happy birthday – before dawn. At his age that disturbance will not make me at all popular.
I so enjoyed The Frick Museum in New York that I went back the next day. I spent four hours listening to the audio commentaries. I could go again every day but I’ve got a book I want to read: their catalogue.
They tell me that I have 498 contacts. Who on earth are they? Do I get a present when I get two more? Anyway – snob that I am – better that than having friends on Facebook. I’ve got lovely friends – genuine ones – and I’m always happy to have professional contacts on Linkedin even though I’m not sure that I’ve ever been contacted by any of them. It’s an odd business, all this social media stuff.
They are prettier than the view of the internal well of the block. We kept them drawn all week – and loved our beautiful restful cocoon.
This Gestalt concept refers to the rest period between two creative outpourings. What rest period?
Gastronomic heaven, once discovered, should be treasured – daily.
I’ve done a few. Barcelona – most of it – was fun. New York was dull. I find that New York is best viewed on foot or by taxi – seeing the place as the locals see it.
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