Wednesday, 10 February 2016

daily 9th February 2016

vicissitude [vi-sis-i-tood, -tyood] noun
1. a change or variation occurring in the course of something.
2. interchange or alternation, as of states or things.
3. vicissitudes, successive, alternating, or changing phases or conditions, as of life or fortune; ups and downs:
They remained friends through the vicissitudes of 40 years.
4. regular change or succession of one state or thing to another.
5. change; mutation; mutability.

all that you love is
subject to vicissitude
theirs or sometimes yours



The river Rother flooded



Facebook Haiku

February 9 writing prompt: ZEPPELIN

children's playground
as artist in residence
I paint twenty-six walls


for NaHaiWriMo






Something that made me smile today:

dog walking in the sunshine





I love these. Ceramics Imprinted with Patterns of Vintage Typewriter Letters by Laura C. Hewitt | Colossal. Actually, I wish I could show you the ceramics I was making in the mid 80s -- I used letterpress letters for exactly this.



Written today:

nothing


You've been reading Of Literary Bent. I thank you.

4 comments:

Stephanie Wright said...

I am enjoying the daily selfies. What a wonderful thing to do.

Rachel Green said...

Thank you!

I've given up jiu-jitsu and I'm getting fatter.

Stephanie Wright said...

It makes me sad for you that you've given it up. We can grow fat together if you like. I've gained 20 pounds!

Rachel Green said...

I just can't afford it. I've put on nearer 60