After our few days of balmy weather, temps have dropped. We’re at 32 degrees now, and the day’s predicted high is 36. I just came in with Andi. We went out for her morning rounds at about 9:30. She’s been letting me sleep later, which I appreciate. Anyway, there was a coating of ice on… Read More Tell Me a Story
It’s Ash Wednesday, and even though I’m hungry, I made it through the day (thus far) without incident. I pulled out one of Sister Wendy Beckett’s books, The Gaze of Love: Meditations on Art and Spiritual Transformation. I’ve read it before, but quite honestly, it didn’t do much for me. I remember impatiently reading her… Read More What’s the Matter?
My sketchbook is getting filled with some pretty awful drawings, but at least it’s getting filled. Drawing, painting, and photography are not my native ways of communicating. Writing is. When I’m trying to make sense of something, I write. When I’m trying to communicate an idea, thought, or feeling, I write. When I’m trying to… Read More A New Way of Thinking
Dennis removed the hard drive from my old computer, put it into a plastic case he bought, and hooked it up, via USB, to my new computer. I now have access to my old stuff. Dennis pointed out, however, that it took about five minutes for the old drive to sync up, and to avoid… Read More On Ice, Art, and Hard Drives