My family knows that I am not comfortable with stopping. In fact, when we rented a cottage for a full week a couple of years ago, I had a near meltdown – the transition from business demands to being still, without having sightseeing available as a substitute, nearly brought me to my knees. 786 more words
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Every once in a while a day will go badly. Something will go wrong, and then something else, and I’ll start to feel jangled and lose my sense of equilibrium so that the next thing that doesn’t go quite right feels inevitable. 680 more words
One dog has an interesting way to put on the brakes.
‘Stella’ likes to run fast, like most dogs, but she stops in a special way. 35 more words
Announced the general commander of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam, the military wing of Hamas, it is not a cease-fire in Gaza, but after stopping the Israeli aggression and lift the siege Said Mohammed Deif commanding general of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, there would be no cease-fire in Gaza, but after the cessation of Israeli “aggression” and lift the siege. 105 more words
It’s been a long time since I wrote here.
This afternoon, still heavy with the virus that’s pestered me for two and a half weeks now—never quite enough to make me rest completely, but never quite loosening its woolly grip on my brain—I sat in the backyard and watched the garden. 472 more words