On the same day I learned that Edmonton is going to build an 80-storey building, Ben Carson, the US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, got stuck in an elevator in Miami. So, of course, I put two and two together. Sooner or later, elevators fail, or break […]
Don’t jump in the puddle. Stay close. It’s not just the cars. There are lots of people here. Stay in front of me. I don’t want to lose you. Where’s your monkey? Do up your jacket. Walking around Monterey recently, on the recreation trail to Lovers Point and […]
You’ve heard of the glitterati (rich and famous people who walk on red carpets), and you’ve heard of the Illuminati (mysterious secret society people who think they know something we don’t). Then there are the literati (well-educated types who read books), but, have you heard of the litterati, […]
My Facebook and Twitter feeds this week have included the thoughts of many people who have been openly debating the likelihood that they will not vacation in the United States for the next four years. In addition, some of my former academic colleagues in Canada are rethinking their […]
Two snails (which may be Helminthoglypta dupetithouarsii) have taken up residence in the bird of paradise plant on my patio. They are helping me to figure out how to use the macro feature on my camera because they pose for me! I used my Olympus Digital Camera OM-D E-M10.
Today I realized that some people view the people who joined the Women’s March as whiners and misandrists. They think we are sore losers, or people who didn’t vote and now regret it. They think we hate men. They don’t understand what has got us all so upset. This […]
Here are some of the cuddly and friendly furry people who were in San Jose for the 2017 FurCon: Further Confusion.