As CBC Vancouver’s December 31 6 PM news was going to commercials they were showing people’s New Year’s resolutions.
As part of good mental hygiene I stopped making New Year’s resolutions years ago.
Not solely, or even primarily, because making resolutions you will not keep is pointlessness behaviour.
Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions are Poor Mental Hygiene
That is not to say I am against making changes or improvements.
Continue reading I Don’t Do New Year’s Resolutions.
A Christmas tourist was complaining online about the fact that the homeless did not want the soup she wanted to hand out.
Continue reading Christmas Tourist Season
L.E. Modesitt’s The Mage-Fire War [Book 21 of the Saga of Recluce] was just published and I am waiting to get my hands on and read the last book of the trilogy that covers the story of these characters in the history of the World on which the Isle of Recluce exists.
Tuesday night [August 27, 2019] I found myself with a burning desire to read Modesitt’s ‘The Magic of Recluce’ which I have not reread in a decade or more. The book was the first Recluce novel written although, at this point in time, it is the second last book chronologically in the history of Recluce.
As happens to those of us the Universe amuses itself tormenting, I could not find any of the copies of The Magic of Recluce I own and so suffered the pain of the unrequited desire of a Reader for a book.
Continue reading Me, the Universe and McDonald’s
At 60% [on average] water humans are really bags of water containing elements from the periodic table and bacteria. The elements are formatted in a manner that provides internal structuring that facilitates mobility. Additionally, water comprises 73% ot the control [brain] and power [heart] systems.
Continue reading Mobile Bags of Water