It's only words
We had such an enjoyable evening last night. A light dinner and discussion amongst ourselves of Whistling In The Dark at the coffee shop was followed by a quick walk to the library and some time with author Lesley Kagen. She read a passage from the book -- she's an excellent reader and speaker and just all-around very entertaining. I could relate to her -- the experiences and the feelings she shared -- on many levels.
Have you ever heard of a gorilla called Samson? If you're a Wisconsinite of a certain age -- even if you never laid eyes on him -- no doubt you have. Samson plays a small but prominent role in Whistling, as well as in Lesley's life, and this photo was produced by the library director when Lesley began to talk about him. An award-winning photo, it was taken many years ago by the son of the attendees.
I can't wait for Beth Kephart's writing workshop tonight.
Gorgeous weather yesterday!! I should have had laundry out on the line. I had a bunch of errands to run and people to meet but nothing meshed together very well, so I was running around a lot. We had our furnace replaced yesterday, too, and while it didn't involve me in the least, the peripheral activity was distracting and kind of threw me off. I think I'm going to like the new furnace, though.
The word clouds have been popping up all over... I first saw the word cloud at Kat's. Fun! You can make yours here automatically from your blog or website, or you can copy and paste some text of your own. It's customizable and so cool!