I live in Western Australia, near the water, in the city. I like to wander about. I love my family and friends. I read when I can, write when I can, take photos and hope for the best.
"When, however, I look over the hints and memorandums I have taken down ... my heart almost fails me at finding how my idle humor has led me aside ..."
'The Author's Account of Himself' The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon
In the Age of the Automobile - and nothing has shaped our culture like the motor car - there have been many great drivers but only one great passenger.
Tom Robbins Even Cowgirls Get The Blues
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
How Old Is Spring?
Reading The Purist, a poem by Ogden Nash, made me laugh today. Then I read A Lady who Thinks She Is Thirty, also by Ogden Nash, after hearing about my sister's best friend lamenting her upcoming 30th birthday.