Tag Archives: choices
(Subtitle: Issues that don’t exist?) Lately more online media are using video – and some audio – as their method of presenting information. I have two problems with this, apart from the possible assumptions around peoples’ reading skills. One is … Continue reading
That moment The moment that affects all others That choosing of a different shade of life. The hair, a filament, That splits before and after. The root Of hesitation.
Last night I watched the very moving documentary Crooked Beauty* about Jacks McNamara’s life, art, music, poetry, and activism – threaded through her experience of mental illness. I’ll watch it again. I was reminded of something I’ve been thinking about, … Continue reading
As they say, “some days are diamonds, some days are pearls” and some are akin to lumps of coal. I spent yesterday doing research around a couple of pet subjects, instead of writing, and ended up frustrated. That’s rare for … Continue reading
Back in 2006, I mused as follows: “Just when I think I’m in charge of my life, I discover myself eating that extra two hundred calories, or not bothering to get any exercise. Just when I think I’m feeling … Continue reading
Here’s a sad but true fact of life: everyone farts, and no one looks good flossing. Once you accept that reality, the world is your oyster. You can look in the mirror, and realize you are perfectly normal. No matter what. … Continue reading