Author Archives: Kat Nagel
December 30, 1972 We were married in my mother’s living room, 42 years ago, and are still best friends. My only regret: I doubt I will ever fit into that dress again.
Outside: dark, windy, cold. Inside: warm, books, knitting. Where do I want to be? Easy decision!
Since I’m away from home, and can’t sing with my usual choir, I thought I’d try singing along with a You-tube video. Mozart, yeah, Mozart! So, I found this: Continue reading
In A Modern Utopia, H.G. Wells presents a vision of a nearly-perfect human civilization in which the narrator and his companion are transported from Earth to another planet with exactly the same geography, but a much different social organization and culture. Continue reading
Updated 2015-01-06: She found me! Sophie Cornell sent an email granting permission to use this photo, and she included three additional photos of small stones. Thank you, lovely lady! One of my blogging inspirations is a program of mindfulness prompts called Small … Continue reading