While still in the mid-May it seems the Earth spins and rotates on, and does not wait for any man and his dogs. The result is that by late afternoon things start to get dark, and a little chilly over the past week. Often while the light seems adequate, the camera shows only darkened images.
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I don’t know what the dogs think. I don’t fully appreciate their sensual space. They presumably are not totally conditioned, or instinctual. Maybe they live in the moment and have full awareness. Then again like humans they grow old, which ought to give any being a sense of the past.
The Pharaoh and his minions on our trail, and I am attempting to cross Denial 101x (UQ Massive Open Online Course) and am attempting the crossing without being swept away and drowning. God help us. Better still let’s help ourselves.
The weather has been on our minds. We had heavy rain the week the week before, and mid-week the rain returned. It has stayed around.
Dexter and Hannah have not been getting out, as they would like to. Blame the dog walker who is over-cautious. He won’t even cross the creek. The event this week is a tree has fallen down, and is blocking the path.
Along with the photos, Silent Partner play, “The Road to You”:
I did not get the point of the scientific consensus on Climate Change. There is more to say but three issues stand out:
We decided to stay home for a few days last week.Then after the storm came and went, the internet connection was lost for a few days.
It was not a particularly slow week, but it was wet for the most part, although on Thursday the temperature reached 31 degrees Celsius (about 90 degrees Fahrenheit). One of these days puns will not feature here.
So what is going on with Yemen? It is puzzling, to say the least.
The creek is not running at the crossing, but the rain has been falling. So in the immediate future, it is to be expected that Dexter and Hannah will be stopping for a drink.