i go among trees by Wendell Berry from Sabbaths I go among trees and sit still. All my stirring becomes quietaround me like circles on water.My tasks lie in their placeswhere I left them, asleep like cattle. Then what is afraid of me comesand lives a while in my sight.What it fears in
patience This quote – about having patience – feels particularly apt in view of how I’m feeling today. Perhaps this sounds strange, given that I’ve just discussed my 21-month job search recently coming to an end. But there are other things I hope for and now I’ve ticked this big ‘to do’ off my list,
on being a complete Muppet In a year-long lead up to my 50th birthday later this week, I’ve taken numerous strolls down Memory Lane and this has included listening to songs that remind me of earlier times in my life. As a little person in the 70s, I grew up loving the Muppet Show.