Well Pogue, It finally happened. Two and a half years in I catch Covid, just when life’s returning to normal! Gone are my own personal beliefs in my invincibility, my being bulletproof. And here I sit, miserable and feeling like I have a heavy cold. Hence no letters from me this week. Such is life. … Continue reading Monday Musing
Dear Pogue, I told you recently that I had read Carlo Rovelli’s There are places in the world where rules are less important than kindness. When I bought it I was unaware of the author. I mean, an Italian quantum physicist! I know you think I can be random but even I do miss some … Continue reading Monday Musing
It’s Monday, Pogue, And as befitting any good Monday here’s a thought to start you off. So 2020 has been a year unlike any other, right down to the Presidential elections last week. It’s been a year no one could have predicted, not even the best informed or brilliant mind. We’ve lived in ways we … Continue reading Monday Musing
Pogue, This is a bit of a departure from my normal musings. Forgive me. The Covid numbers in the city have started to rise which, coincidentally, coincides with the students returning to university. Now if you brought together a group of late teens who were away from home for the first prolonged period what do … Continue reading Monday Musing
Pogue, After yesterday's post I saw this and, well, I couldn't resist. I did say I had great eyes but I didn't think I would end up here. The price of vanity? Hope you read yesterday's post and this makes sense...and it makes you smile. I guess God has a sense of humour.
Well Pogue, It certainly is a new world. So I went to the supermarket to do the weekly shop and I was behaving as I now have to in this new age. Mask on, 2 metres separation from other shoppers. I was feeling like I was in my world, perfectly happy and then, without warning … Continue reading Monday Musings