And then what happened?
She lay on her side of glass and napped as well.
The world’s oldest animal is the quahog unless you could sponges.
What is “universal” human cognition on fairness and dimension isn’t. “The content of our thoughts and their process are intertwined.” In British Columbia Henrich, Heine, and Norenzayan took some standardized tests to other cultures. “studying the cognitive development of folkbiology in urban children would seem the equivalent of studying ‘normal’ physical growth in malnourished children.”
I was going to write a long 13-idea post, but then my flex-spots that a re large enough to synthesize something complex filled up to basically next Tuesday. And my shoulder’s back to being a mess for extended typing anyway. I don’t know what’s up with the leg and foot cramps either. Body is chattery as a parrot and makes half the sense. I’d love to have cat-pounce-on-laser pointer energy. Ah well, back at it.
Quote: “The first obligation of the writer is to be interesting. To be interesting; not to change the world.” — John Barth
Who would have thought that we’d still be in Ottawa now.
This Our World Tuesday includes other times and places:
1930. More of the September Tour. The view near Honiton.
In the early 80s I fought a key fob of a rabbit skin at a farmer’s market or maybe a plowing match.
In the late 80s I bought faux fur to sew a googly-eyed pencil case. Which I still have, somewhere.
In the early 90s on St. Catherine Street, Montreal I bought a feather boa. Another customer sidewinded up to me and said in paranoid tones, you know where those come from don’t you? They make them from the tails of stray cats.
What does that add up to? Major cat toy excitement. You never know when a plan will come together from parts.
Quote: “There are two ways to get enough. One is to continue to accumulate more and more. The other is to desire less.” ― G.K. Chesterton
A brisk wind sweeps the inner mind clean like strong laughter can.
If you haven’t seen, or haven’t seen for a while, You Can’t Take it With You, 1938, ah, there’s an idea.
For what it written, don’t forget, pesbo has more writing-related posts.
Quote: “If you wish to travel far and fast, travel light. Take off all your envies, jealousies, unforgiveness, selfishness and fears.” ~ Glenn Clark
Thank goodness this cat doesn’t mind the sound of laughter for she sure causes a lot. Every time either of us goes up or down stairs she considers our first step on the stairs a starter gun and she runs from where ever she is to beat us to the top or bottom of the stairs. She’s not so good on smooth wood floors yet and sometimes as she leans like a dirtbike into the corner she wipes out and whomps into a wall.
Or if I’m walking sleepy she does tortoise and the hare and lies down on a landing and grooms while I walk down and then races past me to still beat me to the bottom.
After the radio show last night I even got back in time enough to see some of the trick-or-treaters. We got a few dozen kids but even with some double-dipping, we, um, overprepared for candy.
If you want book booty here’s a plug,
Here are some of the books to win for being a donor for CKCUfm and mark pretty please, Literary Landscape as the show of interest. The drive is on for another 10 days.
Quote: “I’m just preparing my impromptu remarks.” ~ Winston Churchill