Will go away for awhile, friend Geo. I noticed, you prolly don't follow my blog anymore. Oh well, nothing is for certain in life, only change is for certain :) In any case, wishing you and your loved ones a very Merry XMAS and a very Happy and Healthy 2020. Love, cat.
Thank you dear Cat. I regret having been remiss, but as I commented on your blog: It's been a rough and busy year here, but I'm getting better and looking forward to the pleasure of your renewed company.
Wow, I had never thought about history and time in that way. It kind of paints a picture of something so illusive to our eyes.Hugs, Julia
Thanks, Julia! The evolution of minds and the senses that inform them has always fascinated me --suggesting a universe of tremendous operations wants witness to itself.
Oh, I love that analogy of time being the nerve of the universe, Geo.! Excellent.
0_Jenny, in this infinite universe, all possibilities are assembled, even those that are mutually exclusive. Time is what cautiously keeps them apart --like the works in our bodies, like nerves in concert and sequence.
Perfect combination.Check out this on my site: Time is the fire in which we burn from Star Trek: Generations.
Perceptive Susan, we do indeed reflect the wild, gravity-fed fires of stars in the measured combustion of our metabolisms.
Beautiful though put into words.
Thanks,Rick. You encourage me.
I'm sorry you haven't been well. Why don't you treat yourself to a free trip to Portugal on my latest blogpost. I've posted scenes from my cozy mystery with teasers. Elizabeth http://elizabethvaradansfourthwish.blogspot.com/2019/12/before-spain-lets-go-to-portugal-heres.html
Dear Elizabeth, just returned from your excellent site and am much intrigued by the mystery. My family came from Portugal in the 1850s and have almost adjusted to American life.
Have missed seeing your words on Trainride of the Enigmas blog so followed through to your Workshop and Gardening blogs to make the connection. First, I hope you are feeling well. Secondly I need to adjust something so that I get notices of your posts on this and the other site. I think I have an 'intermittent" problem to decipher.Had been missing your wit and intellect and was happy to see your more recent posts here and there. Wishing you peace and vitality.
Dear Tom, thanks for hunting up my poetry blogs. I have been remiss in "Trainride..." postings and have tried to keep fairly current on "...Workshop" and "Gardening with..." My own illness slowed me down, but more than that, there are 2 people in our extended family who have had to go to care homes in the past few months and we've been arranging a trust fund to equal demands of their caducity. I'm determined to get back to writing silly essays --they help me cope with all of it.All I know of following my 2 other blogs (without GFC) is to copy and paste their addresses in your site's blogroll --hit "Layout" to find where to make adjustments. Thanks and best wishes to you.
I envy your poetry skill. I have none.PipeTobacco