We’ll call this the #weekendcoffeeshare without the actual beverages, because I just finished my cuppa. 😞
What a gorgeous autumn day! The willows still have some vibrant yellow leaves, which look even more gorgeous against the rich blue sky.
It’s been a few busy days in the land of Sascha and Scout.
We have a visitor for a few weeks, Louie, who weighs about 46 pounds less than Scout, but with whom Scout has been ever so gentle. I know he’s mine, but Scout is one of the best, smartest, gentlest dogs in the world (no, I’m not prejudiced–much). I am a happy and lucky pup owner.
Thanksgiving always marks the beginning of the holidays season and I’m already tired of eating and ready to embark on a month-long diet. Maybe just cups of herbal tea and cucumbers. Heh.
My NaNoWriMo is meh. (I’ve still high hopes. You may have noticed I can always spew a lot of words–except..err…lately.)
You know I don’t talk about politics here. I get enough of it and I’m sure you do too. However, I’ve noticed how readily people dehumanize others lately. They give someone an appellation of liberal or conservative. Categorize and pigeon-hole people until they are no longer people and then it seems like it’s okay for a person to talk about others in a sweeping category: Those [insert category here]. I’m pretty sure that this isn’t healthy conduct for a society, any society. But with populations increasing, it’s really just a facet of that, isn’t it? I guess I can comment, yet have no suggestions for cures. So that was the soapbox moment.
I hope that you all have been well. If you’ve been in the States and have celebrated Thanksgiving, I hope it was wonderful, filling, and peaceful.
Have a great week!
Sascha D, Scout, and Louie the loaner dog