Waking to sounds of wind and rain was an accidental blessing this morning.
Leaving i-devices downstairs at night should be a regular thing. I mean, if sanity matters.
It’s nice to breathe through two nostrils.
Whoever said, “You have a nervous system for every child” was wise.
I like that better than, “You’re only as happy as your unhappiest child.”
Thumb typing sucks.
Time was they’d say, “We’re in for some rain and gusts of wind”.
What’s John Bolton’s deal?
I’m sure I don’t want to know.
After hearing a talk about the relative virtues of handwriting and five-finger keyboard typing last week*, what I’m wondering is: are there any virtues of thumb typing with ducking autocorrect?
Millennials don’t answer their phones. Or mine don’t.
Finishing things makes a place to rest and
anything can become a house.
Unfinished things create points of tension.
Which do you prefer — possibilities or closure?
Sometimes I snarl. Example: “you must have a macro for ‘I’ll do it tomorrow'”.
This ‘bomb cyclone’ is just wind and rain. Hunger is a reliable thing. So are some friends.
You can often predict who among your friends will be afraid of dogs, but the ones that love them might surprise you.
It’s not a race. Life.
The questions (and subject of tomorrow’s post) are: how do your manage your news intake and what sources do you rely on?
* Michelle (MsUncertaintyPrinciples — side bar) posted a talk about writing vs. typing last week on FB. It’s by Clive Thompson and it’s on YouTube if this link doesn’t work.