I would not have tried this purposely, but it looks like Glass handles low-light fairly well. At the multiple birthdays party:
It's birthday week, with birthdays for myself, my colleague Mike Czyzniejewski (beloved husband of fellow poet Karen Craigo), and their eldest son, I promised to join in the revelry tonight. Here is a photo of both of Mike's books. His third book, I Will Love You for the Rest of My Life: Breakup Stories, comes out February 14, … Continue reading Birthday week
This was a perfect day to hang clothes on the line--clear, hot, with a slight breeze.
I don't really like having my picture taken, but I do take a photo using Photo Booth each time I get a haircut.
There weren't as many booths this spring as before, but there were still some crafts I would be happy to let someone else do for me.
Target has begun its annual pastel riot. Check the tie dye and blue suede cake mixes. Spring is definitely here.
Sophie has some unlikely hangouts, unlikely that is, if you don't have the full story. She hangs out here because the skylight lets her watch birds in flight. My world got a little smaller Sunday at 11:30 AM when I fully realized that at that moment I was sick with a cold or worse. I … Continue reading Sophie again
Who know that having Glass would turn into regular walking/exercise. Not me. At least, I won't know until the 21 day habit marker is reached. Here are my new walking shoes. They are Asics, and they have gel in the soles. They came in mint, coral, and lavender. This is not pink; it is … Continue reading Not pink–coral
The unwritten part of my sabbatical is that I want very much to gain habits that lead to a more balanced life, which for me would mean a life outside of work. Surprisingly, Glass has the potential to help with that. Here is a photo I took while starting up my walking regimen again, prompted … Continue reading Glass and fitness