In just over a week I have gone from Edinburgh to Block Island and walked on different paces, different beaches, looking at different skies, as the weather shifts from calm to wind to fog to clear sun. The photos are from my last evening in Edinburgh, then walking on BI, on Ballards and Cooneymus with … More Changes – regenerative culture
I have now been in Edinburgh one week. Is that all? Time is so subjective, it feels like a month. Seeing Edinburgh son, catching up side by side not over BI internet. Seeing my friend Mary [a young 90] who went in to hospital last Friday, came out again on Tuesday, and her son, and … More Love being in Edinburgh, miss elsewhere
It is raining today, after a few beautiful clear days. I thought I would just post a few photos from the last month’s walking, plus a couple from the “activities worth remembering” that is (i) joining Molly and some of the Block Island singers on the solstice evening, and then seeing that wonderful full moon … More Look back or look forward?
Everywhere is hot, there is the immediate and then the big picture to which I cannot go, I get so frustrated by helplessness. I want a revolution, and have spent years talking about the value of stuff like Evolution, not Revolution. HaHaHa. It comes back to bite. I have a ripe tomato on my little … More Is this a prayer?
I’m not really in a writing mood, but I have just been listening to Guy Standing giving a TED talk on the Precariat, explaining what it is. It makes a lot of sense of some of the things that seem to be happening all over in our lives. It is worth a listen! [His writing … More The Precariat – What’s that?
Just out and about today. Going down to the beach the roses are out, the beach pea is out, the poison ivy is out, and so are the kids. Just hope the last two don’t meet. A message from WordPress came in to my email, as they do from time to time. It said: … More Summer coming closer
It’s coincidence I suppose but seems uncanny, that the Daily Post prompt is Glimmer, just after I was looking at that word and a list of gl words*. Why such a thing? Well I have started writing again, and was looking for the word that describes words that sound the way the thing LOOKS, not … More Glimmer, of what? Hope.
Lots of time for stray thoughts, no time for considered thoughts. It strikes me that I have not ever lived like this before. When my own family were children, I was working, shopping at lunch hour from a fast pre-planned list, and cooking the night before, or batches for the freezer. Until the last month, … More Meditation, anytime, anywhere…
Help. I don’t have a bicycle here now. Must get one. I arrived yesterday, on the outskirts of Palmerston North, New Zealand. A few yards from the end of the drive, the housing ends, and it is just beautiful countryside, with a track that runs beside the railway lines, through the fields. This is the … More New Zealand Summer Cycling
The Snowy Owls are back for the winter. When we had rather a lot a few years ago, I tried and tried to see them, always unsuccessful until nearly two years ago. This year at least two (known by different coloration, very white, more brown) have been seen, probably more. One has decided the breakwater … More Windy weather and Snowy Owls