That hour after a summer afternoon nap.
It’s fantastic to go away…
When the landscape around me gets austere with the death that Winter brings, all I want to do is layer texture and life into my clothes.
It’s that time, for another swish book. This one decidedly swings towards the reflective and melancholy as the Fall ends and Winter begins to take hold.
Watching a short video about social media, the question the speaker asked was, “when people come to your page, do they feel better or worse?” He was talking about the constant push of ads, and the consumerism mentality.
“The special kind of boredom from which modern urban populations suffer is intimately bound up with their separation from the life of Earth.” Bertrand Russell
This month’s swishbook has trips, water, and lots of ruffles!
She’s eight. She’s out of those years where memories impact us profoundly, but we don’t remember them. She’s in that stage now where memories are real and become part of our remembered history.
Everyone seems to care about numbers these days: how many likes did this get? How many followers do I have? How many new followers did I get? How many does she have?
So here’s where the stories really begin.
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