Thursday, November 30, 2017

Pretty Much Chopped Liver

While walking today I saw these purple blooms and also this:

A tiny fossil rock embedded in the sandy dirt road, somehow as incongruous as the face of a cat on Venus. 

It's been a good day. I stumbled upon a live interview via Facebook with an old friend of mine, a musician in Tampa and I sat and watched it all, so glad to see him. I knew him when he was a boy and now he's a granddad, and I was with his wife when she had both their sons. And he's still gigging. 

I've almost finished made a duvet cover from old soft sheets and it feels so good to have the sewing machine back out. How I love that little old black beast. I have a meatloaf in the oven and tomorrow this girl will come over to spend the night. 

That was Maggie last night when they decorated the tree. She was stealing all of the ornaments she liked and hoarding them for herself. 

Also? Tomorrow I shall see Levon or know the reason why. 
Boy. That's a powerful threat, isn't it? I know the entire world is trembling in its boots. 
Well, it damn well should be. 

Love...Ms. Moon 


  1. That fossil! Wow!

    Maggie's hair seems to just get more and more curly. So cute! And she's a girl that knows what she wants and gets it. I admire that!

  2. They're chopping the liver now?! When will it end?! ;) JK Nothing 'chopped liver' about you or anything around you, in the figurative sense, so far as i can tell. In the literal sense, well, given your recent kitchen enterprises, probably can't be ruled out.

    You mean as incongruous as the face of a cat named Venus?

    You think it's purple penstemon? I'm glad you have them in Florida (or at least its doppelganger)! One of my favorites.

  3. My brother and I used to find those fossilized sea urchins in the limerock road in front of our house. Then they paved the street, and that was the end of that. :(


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