Month: May 2020

My worst time of day

This is the residence of our seven goldfish. Actually they are not all gold, there are two that are grey for some strange reason. It is one of the few pleasures of this lockdown to be able to sit in my garden with bare feet - for earthing purposes - and watch the goldfish swim around. Sometimes they swim alone, sometimes in formation, sometimes they are at the bottom of the pool and you think...

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Second ZOOM meeting, lots of good feedback and thanks

There is no question in my mind that we are hard-wired to communicate together, especially if we have something in common. In my case, it is fellow Red Pill people who see the world in a different way. Yesterday I sent out 24 invitations to attend a ZOOM meeting. We ended up with 11 people including a very interesting and dynamic lady from California who wanted to buy land and grow food....

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A walk with friends in Paradise Wood

My readers will have noticed my previous mentions of very unique landscape near Wells and today we decided to take two friends to what I will now call Paradise Wood.  In certain areas, the garlic was still in flower and I ate as much as I could possibly do, believing in its beneficial qualities. We noticed that the ferns had grown significantly since our last visit which must've been about two...

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Orson Wells, John Wayne – the power of nostalgia – afternoon naps

BBC2 are running a series of retrospective biographies about the greats of the past. Yesterday it was Orson Welles with his incredibly measured oratory. Citizen Kane was one of his great successes. He was found dead at the age of 70 in front of his typewriter writing yet another script. I loved his presence and measured style. Today was the turn of John Wayne AKA Marion Morrison with a laid-back...

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A fairly normal day walking along a canal

To Dundas Wharf and Aqueduct, along the Kennet and Avon Canal. A lovely afternoon if a little breezy. Miscellaneous views taken on a two-hour walk.   Definitely does me good to have a day off from gloom and doom. I noticed there were not so many paranoid people along the canal path - rather still too many cyclists who had no bell and who drove too fast for my liking. You have to have your...

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Putting it out there (cast your bread upon the waters)

Today was a big day. Yesterday I did my second Zoom meeting. we had about eight people, not huge by any standards, but the quality was there. I'm developing a protocol for such meetings in that I do close the door about 10 min after the start of the meeting so we can get used to each other's fleeting presences without interruption.  I also get everyone to introduce themselves, briefly, without...

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