Archive for November, 2014
Posted in Backstory, Gardening, Nature, tactless observations, tagged autumn, bulbs, choices, Church and Graveyard, delayed gratification, late afternoon light, november, spring, van engelen, what you lose and what you keep on 24 November, 2014| 4 Comments »
Kill your darlings, bury your hopes; trust that what comes next is better than what is now….
So let’s see…
Get the bulbs planted, or potted, whatever is appropriate
Call relatives so they know when we will be in x place
At some point, remember to buy a new batch of menthewasser mix
Finish putting up the drapes
RSVP to birthday event
Plan other events [contact people in relevant locations]
Be very, very grateful…
….we would have saved ourselves a world full of stupid arguments….
Yes, it’s cold right now. And it might have been a mild summer around here. But that doesn’t change the underlying trends, and…..
Oh, it’s exhausting.
I don’t know how long it took to produce this checkerboard of tatting. Maybe it was destined to cover the front of a small pillow, that would have already been covered in some contrasting fabric? Maybe it was meant to go over the back of a chair, or a seat on a couch?