Politics #blogvember 30
A day late for the last day of blogvember.
Glen Fruin Loop: A beautiful walk today, over Beinn Chaorach, Beinn Tharsuinn and Beinn a Mhanaich. Frost and a clear blue sky. Notes, pictures and map:
Religion – #blogvember
I lost this about 46 years or so ago. I do count myself lucky to have gone to Sunday school and church as a child. Familiarity with some of the ideas and perhaps more importantly the language has been valuable in many likely and unlikely places.
This is nice
Driving home tonight the clear dusk a perfect gradient a perfect background for the winter trees.
Hope #blogvember 28
Hope Springs. I am suckered every time starting something new. Despite experience I expect things to go simply and straightforwardly well. I hope I’ll keep doing so.
Loss – #blogvember 27
I am at a loss as to how to tackle this subject. It feels too important & personal for my blog. My instincts are to glance away, to avoid dwelling & not to dig too deeply.
I don’t own a lot of shoes but I think a lot about the ones I have. It takes me even longer to buy a pair that to get a new frying pan.
Recently I’ve had trouble getting walking boots to suit. All the ones in my price range seem to have gone to whole sizes only. The Brashers I bought repeatedly have gone, bought over and changed shape.
Here is what my brashers looked like a few years ago when I noted:
Love walking but dislike polishing, tomorrow!
I now wish I had polished those ones a bit more.