The weather reports were iffy, with predictions of rain and thunderstorms, but when we woke in the morning and looked out that huge hotel window things looked promising. There were bands of clouds, to be sure, but streaks of blue and the river 19 floors down shimmered. Luck held. The day turned glorious with soft… Continue reading All the light
Here it is the 14th and I'm supposed to be writing my thoughts about this month's book (which, truthfully, I haven't finished, though I am enjoying it), but I find myself distracted and impatient—and now days late. You know how it goes. I started with thoughts of Queen Elizabeth II, who last week passed Victoria's… Continue reading Reading Challenge month 8 ~ A book based on a true story
You start as a ping in pond. A pebble pulsing out perfect ripple after ripple after diminishing ripple. Moments later your ripple meets another, and, if you're lucky, it meets another two or three gliding out in sympathetic pulses to the edge of the unknown world. You dance ringlets around each other for a few… Continue reading Wasn’t it swell?