Monthly Archives: November 2018
A Movie Or A Measure
This afternoon, we had a break from normal November weather. I went outside to mail some postcards and found Andie wielding a shovel, a hole in what passes for our front lawn.
Tata: Whatcha doin’?
Tata: That looks planny. Planful. Plantastic.
Andie: Plantastic. I’m stealing that.
I walked about 40 feet to the mailbox on the corner. When I got back, some planters were empty, some plants had new homes and some soil had relocated to new places. Andie, working in a t-shirt and jeans, twirled that shovel like a like an extra in a Jackie Chan film. I headed toward the basement to avoid friction and rotor wash.
Feeling overwhelmed and under-enthused? Try writing some Postcards To Voters.
Ordinarily, by this time of year, I’ve finished blankets and toys for the cat blanket project and moved on to other projects, but the postcards had hard deadlines, which also kept me from blogging consistently. I crocheted blankets here and there to rest my hands, so there’s more to do. But I’m really close.
The finish line is in sight.