Once in a while we are privileged enough to have a dining experience we will always remember. It may be a combination of outstanding food, an exciting atmosphere, but mostly its the person you’re with:shy smiles as you catch each others eye, the tender touch on the other’s hand across the table, a conversation that makes you connect with each other like never before.
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I love the shades of tomatoes as they transition to ripe. I took this photo in our backyard garden. These plants have been supplying us with fresh tomatoes for weeks now!
The joy I feel from gardening is simple, and sacred.Read More »
This is definitely a book that I will read again, and again. Pinker’s expertise in psycholinguistics allows his readers to understand why English rules are constructed the way they are. My favourite thing about this book is that Pinker acknowledges that English is always changing, and that constructions that are seen as correct today may be incorrect in the future.Read More »
Time passes differently without seasons. There is nothing to mark its change. August… September… October… November… All marked by nothing but the rising and setting sun. In all that time, half a world away, the balmy winds of summer give way to arctic gales. The trees shiver and shed their tangerine leaves. The land suspends life in silence and icy snow.
I left Canada suddenly on the warm tail of August. Australia is all August.Read More »