Words Worthy Does Shakespeare

A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool. William Shakespeare I am here at the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare Festival (OSF), a long-time family tradition. For the end of June the temperature is just right – a balmy eighty...

Quote of the Day

I know I am but summer to your heart,And not the full four seasons of the year. Edna St. Vincent Millay Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950), U.S. poet. I Know I Am But Summer to Your Heart, The Harp-weaver and Other Poems...

Walking, Camping, & Hiking, Oh My!

I went for a long, pleasant walk along the bicycle trails in Marin County this afternoon, with my longtime friend, Wendy. We took Ponzi, her dog, and walked for an hour or more. The sun was warm against our cheeks, even with a strong breeze blowing off the water....

Word of the Day for Thursday, June 9, 2011

From my good friend, Roma… lucubrate LOO-kyoo-breyt, verb:1. To work, write, or study laboriously, especially at night.2. To write learnedly. He gives me to understand that you chew various cuds of reflection; that you lucubrate ominously day and night.—...

Serendipity

Nothing that happens is by accident. I sit in the simmering pool, naked. Steamy whirls of water swim around my body that is open and exposed. The late afternoon sun is low and a hint of rain expresses itself through mists of light moisture. I settle in, rest my head...
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