she might have said. My cousin said that she has felt like a dangling participle in my niece’s upcoming wedding and all its details. It was a surprising turn of phrase from her, but quite apt. She is trying to fit in from a distance, coming and going from Israel, having left here right before my … More a dangling participle is better than being invisible,
I had set out to write about curiosity, that being the name of the newest book that I’ve succumbed to just bought. It’s actually called Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends On It by Ian Leslie. I had read a review on Scientific American here. It pulled me right in, too, thus the quick purchase, … More is that an elephant in the room or are we not in the same room?
I should be fearless by my age. I shouldn’t have to worry about people or people’s reactions, should I? Even saying that in the form of a question shows the feel of Jeopardy in my life. (little hah.) The photo below is an example. I really wanted to take it in front of this group. … More this introvert’s dilemma
…are most likely to succeed, says the observing Scientific American. Bossy, know-it-all older sisters everywhere now have something else to lord over their younger siblings: Researchers have found that firstborn girls are the most ambitious and successful children in their families. A slew of real life examples appear to back this up: Beyonce, Hillary Clinton, Oprah … More they observe that firstborn girls
from the grey here once again. Sigh. Waiting for spring to show itself here on the east coast. Flying home today, approaching landing, I saw these strangely shaped greige large plots of land with no trees, spotted by butterfly-shaped beige areas. Oh. Golf courses. Eagerly awaiting the color that I saw in LALA land. Such … More some contrasts