Most of what you’ll read here is life and fun, with episodes from my past, amusing and serious. But I have an unwelcome stranger lodged in my brain, as you’ll find if you explore my stories. Our destinies are interlocked, but its deadly presence reminds me every minute that each day of life is a miracle. This is my space to reflect on life, and an interactive area where we can share our experiences freely. Without you, this blog has no reason for existence. Carpe Diem!
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Wednesday, May 4, 2011
A very sentimental bloke
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You were always MY 'pause in the barmy strife' during the thesis-and-other-stuff-happening struggle.ReplyDelete
But then you must admit I was the only one in the university who got exactly what you were on about (because of the nature of the topic). And your 3 thesis examiners! :) (And I have yet to finish my story on illusion and reality, which I haven't forgotten about. Obviously they relate.)ReplyDelete
I'm really looking forward to that story. Hope today is a good one for you. It is for me - my little red hen escaped the fox after all! She was hiding in the bushes. The old red hen was taken..but she was VERY old. That little red hen is under no illusion about foxes -she's escaped fox attack twice now!! Let that be our metaphor (?) for the day.ReplyDelete
I guess in a way it's the kindest fate for an ageing chook, but pleased the other got away. If the fox can reach them, it eventually will, so hope the other one is in a safe place. Always welcome, you know!ReplyDelete
Happy Belated birthday :) I'm @saritaashley from twitter, here to check out your blog.ReplyDelete