I’m still plugging away at my distances, turning the corner from western to central Africa on my distance challenge.
And that means I’ve (virtually) arrived in Cameroon!Continue reading “Arriving in Cameroon (sort of)”
Because I know there are people who were worried…Continue reading “Quick update”
There’s lots of things that a timer is helpful for.Continue reading “Life Hack: Set a timer”
Since my Sis and BIL gave me all kinds of good ideas and then my Dad (who is fully vaccinated, yay) came by with the drill to help with the hardware installation… I now have a semi-private and semi- enclosed section of my deck:Continue reading “Prepared for the cicada scourge”
There was a time early in my career when I thought my psych degree would take me into HR. I knew I wasn’t going to be a counselor or anything – I never imagined anything other than business.Continue reading “Neither / nor”
Here in the Northern Hemisphere, it gets pretty dark pretty early, in December.Continue reading “Clumsy is as clumsy does”
So you know by now I’ve gotten big into podcasts while I’m holed up in the days of coronavirus.
(I used to listen to a few only on my drive days but now I’m obviously not driving to the office much. But I am alone here a lot, and my time is more often spent listening than watching.)
Recently listened to: Continue reading “Binge listening”
is falling on my roof, a steady shower rushing evenly in the darkness of the night. It abates for a while, the low rumble of thunder follows shortly after, distant. A sigh of relief, rather than a growling threat. The heat releasing its grip for a while.
I wish for you – the feeling of safety and protection through the night, that I feel as this brief storm passes over.
I wish I could capture the sound to share with you.
This edition brought to you, apparently, by the letter P.
Second hand knowledge, but promising: you can roast the Easter candy Peeps. I am opposed to Continue reading “Things I’ve learned”