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There is no such thing as an adult

“Today’s Daily Prompt: Adult Visions

When I was very young there was me and not much else. I was aware of the noisy mystery of other children, but at a distance. 346 more words


More bits of recent text

Ho hum. I am writing. A lot. Promises to Keep is coming along… best of all, it’s starting to have ropes, if you know what I mean. 390 more words


Musing on Reading: RSS today, Kindle Unlimited tomorrow, and more

I didn’t start my UnSmartphone project as a personal productivity project, but if I’m honest with myself that was definitely in the back of my mind. 1,264 more words


Compulsive Packrat Syndrome

Am increasingly convinced that Compulsive Packrat Syndrome (CPS) is its own disease, worthy of study and a listing in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders… 101 more words

Navel Gazing

The power of being average.

I have been thinking about this post for a long time, and today, after I ran my last long run before the race, I think it’s time to sit down and actually hammer out what I’ve been pondering. 1,462 more words


Bhutan Tigers

Mo and I have just watched a compelling BBC documentary following wildlife photographers searching for the Bhutan Tiger rumoured to live at 4000m in the shadow of the Himalayas.

Navel Gazing

Good and Evil —

Thanks to everyone who has gotten us this far. Please support Casey in improving her mobility while fighting the fat haters by donating whatever you can afford. 2,263 more words