Monthly Archives: February 2013

And Now Thyme

You have seen Parsley, Sage, and Rosemary. It is not time to unveil Thyme, or almost. The photo is a composite, you will see I had a different angle when I shot Thyme than when I shot the others. Why … Continue reading

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Competitions must, of necessity, be a cold weather endeavor. I can tolerate holding onto cold turning tools for a little while, but I am uncomfortable doing much without the protection of my dust helmet. And the dust helmet does not … Continue reading

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Thumbs Up

Thumbs are odd things. We could not get along without them. Yet they form such an ambiguous part of our speech. When we are particularly inept, we say, “I am all thumbs.” Or if something is particularly pleasing we give … Continue reading

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