Tagged with patterns

Book report #34 (2020)

Moon of the Crusted Snow, by Waubgeshig Rice. Pub 2018 I chose this one based on one of those “staff picks” walls at a local bookstore (obviously, a while ago). It has been on my to-read list for a while, and so was on the list of books I gave to my sister for Christmas … Continue reading

Book report #13 (2018)

The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick), by Seth Godin. Pub 2007 I was led to this brief book via this article. I am dealing with some team issues at work (people leaving), and I was struggling to understand the choices that people were making. I wasn’t … Continue reading

Item #22 – Green canvas shirt

This article about an article of clothing reminded me of this item of mine. This green canvas shirt by LL Bean was given to me by my Pop nearly 25 years ago, and has become a treasured item and an example of clothing that lasts. Pop gave it to me for Christmas in 1993 (I … Continue reading

Tell me another one…

Today is Tell-a-Story Day. It is also what would have been my Pop’s 69th birthday. So it seems highly appropriate to tell a story about him. There are many to choose from, some quirky and delightful, some not so much. Sometimes, when I’d tell him something strange or fantastic, or if I attempted a fib, … Continue reading

Pattern recognition

It happened while searching for something under the bathroom sink. I keep a box there with the various odds and ends that one needs or might need – hair dryer (always on top for daily use), cotton balls, various hair products. When something went astray, I was forced to pull the box out and root … Continue reading