The Moon and Surprise Live Violin Music

The moon beside the window before it moved on or a cloud moved in for the darkness that brings deep, satisfying rest. I was so surprised to hear another live electric violinist, this time by the supermarket where I’d never seen any performers, and I really loved this song I videoed, complimented the playing and…… Continue reading The Moon and Surprise Live Violin Music

Another Word on Another Herb, and More

I have aimed to not write too many posts in one day for readers’ enjoyment, but will write a second if it’s a sort of timely occasion like this. And I’ll tell myself, ‘Put the blog down’ and I do. ☺️ I was glad when Dan came home today and mentioned he’d not gone to…… Continue reading Another Word on Another Herb, and More

Friday Night: Music, A Meal, and Maybe A Little Mayhem

I was listening to French Classical chamber music this morning as you may have seen on the blog today and then Bebe Rexha came on shuffle and soon I was dancing. Next played Britney Spears and I realized I’d not heard more of her musical catalogue and had heard of her recent estate struggle and…… Continue reading Friday Night: Music, A Meal, and Maybe A Little Mayhem

Afternoon Brings Envelopes, Lessons, and Literary and Artistically Appealing Things for Future Days

(This is long and very free to skip.) There have been so many things to settle these past five days mostly related to things like daily life and errands that don’t need to be explored here but made me realize I needed some more rest today. And so the early morning hours, I first sent…… Continue reading Afternoon Brings Envelopes, Lessons, and Literary and Artistically Appealing Things for Future Days

End Note

In today’s earlier post about finishing translating the poetry book Flowers of a Dream, I thought the quote I’d originally added probably wasn’t by May, but I didn’t know for sure so I posted it anyway 😐: ”Books are the only place two strangers can meet in private.” I had written a recent post on…… Continue reading End Note

A Line of Mine and Some Poems By Other Writers

You might find an understanding, a silent one, that after awhile you find to not really be silent and that took the time to find the words to find you. *** Kin To Sorrow by Edna St. Vincent Millay Am I kin to Sorrow,  That so oft Falls the knocker of my door——  Neither loud…… Continue reading A Line of Mine and Some Poems By Other Writers