Sunday, January 07, 2007

Providing, how long and reconnected.

1. Cooking dinner and seeing someone else enjoying it.

2. Longterm 3BTers may remember the transports of delight I experienced in Africa when a male vervet monkey stalked past me with his bright blue balls on display. Imagine, then, my jaw hitting the floor as in the course of the BBC's wonderful and highly educational The Life of Mammals, David Attenborough narrated very delicately footage of right whales mating. Twelve feet long and highly mobile, apparently.

3. My laptop now has a reliable source of internet that really belongs to us.


  1. Sent an email but would like to say again how well this blog is done, and how reading about other people's beautiful things is a beautiful thing in itself, especially when they are basically delightful and interesting and different than one's own. I'd like to add your blog to my list of favorites.

  2. I'm glad for you that your net connection is now in place, and glad for me that I have neither condition you mention in number 2.

  3. My children love Life of Mammals! We don't have a TV so we check the DVDs out of the library. Mr. Attenborough manages to be both amusing and education. A good combination, I think.

    You went to Africa? How exciting!


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