Series of scenes. Costumes change, venue shifts – characters stream in, amble out, then in again.
Real, imaginary or ghost-like?
Are we invented/seen by our writer or as interpreted by these actors – or as seen, scene after scene, by cheap seat critics – our own play, or scenes (good ones of course) in someone else’s?
We are performers, audiences, writers, actors – our play.
Who we are.
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 10C.51F, clear, nearly full moon and star filled silence – warm sunny day ahead; Gusta distracted by rabbits didn’t know which way to turn – to chase them or stick with sniffing their trail …
The rule of thumb I’ve understood in arbitration matters is that fairness is achieved when both parties are equally PO’d by the decision. Happiness does not a metric make, RH, Calgary, AB
For me, best musing in recent memory from you. Well-articulated thoughts. Hope your keeping well? Treading water out here, looking for the positives yet to come on Diana’s hopeful recovery. Cheers, MH, Vancouver, BC
Hi Mark. I’ve been following your blog on and off since reading mention of it in your on-line profile. Sometimes, I haven’t got a clue what you are talking about but I contemplate! Most of the time, your thoughts are quite relevant and appreciated! BTW, it turns out I appreciate those who are articulate! I am much less gifted. We have exchanged some nice notes and I was particularly thankful for your contact at one point. We have also exchanged practical notes too. Sorry I keep contacting you with mixed messages. I’ll refrain, but know that you have an admirer. I sure hope you find your special lady. She’s going to be dazzled and sizzled …, Most sincerely, T, Calgary, AB