Category: Narrative

  • You’re Going to Wash Dishes for the Rest of Your Life

    Our dishwasher broke several months ago. We ordered one, then it was delayed due to Covid and/or other things, then finally ‘unavailable’, so we cancelled the order and are currently deciding what to do next. I haven’t really been in any hurry to get the new one. Jason Isbell was kind enough to explain why […]

  • Passing a Note

    I was reading the post Speak the Wild Words and it’s good, you should check it out. This stuck out to me: Craftivism is a kind of anathema to slacktivism, which is the more common path of protest these days – yelling loudly into Facebook to try and effect change. Craftivism, is quieter and gentler, it generates […]

  • Grooming.

  • No more events today.

    Saturday was open. Up early and made coffee in the underground lair while listening to the Bosstones. Headed out for a walk with Titus. Talked about nihilism and child prodigies. Sartre and the Stoics. The weekly menu and cooking rotation as an element everyday existence. Russian prisoner camps and optimism. Canadian Literature and its identity […]

  • Younger Us, Deux.

    My fingers are still all kinda cold-and-numby at the tips on the keys as I type and the Shad bumps in the speakers. Here’s me rolling dark, deserted country roads in full effect with the dyno-hub light on the Troll. Dog above, what an amazing thing. I rolled in the -9ºC, crisp darkness with stars […]

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