It is unusual for me to be up at 6pm and sitting at my writing space (I have taken over a portion of my dining table & set up shop there). If I am up at this time of day, it is typically for a run. But I was met with a dramatic thunderstorm upon waking and so I find myself here; the Southwest Monsoons have been enthusiastically watering our little island with thundershowers these past few days.Continue reading “early wet mornings”
This week’s Discover Challenge: Analog, has given me much food for thought. I have considered my own transition from the analog to digital world: what I like, dislike; embraced, rejected; considered, disregarded. I considered friends who have very definite analog pursuits like reading print books, listening to vinyl records, scrapbooking vacations & special occasions. Even closer to home was Older Daughter, who has a long-standing fascination with fountain pens & developed a related interest in calligraphy.
I was very much at a loss to name analog passions I engage in as I came to the realisation that I have embraced many things digital, and in fact, if not for technology, would find it difficult to enjoy many of these activities. Continue reading “Analog to Digital: yay or nay?”
This is the Taize chant we used today – hope you enjoy it as you read this post.
There has been a lot of construction around our neighbourhood. Roads have been diverted, bus-stops moved down the road, U-turns reappearing in strange places. I decided to explore one of the biggest changes in the area this morning: Tyersall Avenue. Continue reading “Recutting the Road”