From Wee Scoops to Nano Scoops.
It’s the end of October, so it’s November tomorrow and the real start of “No-vember”. So, it’s time to eat drink and be merry, for tomorrow I may diet. I’ve therefore made a sharing portion of nachos and eaten them myself, leaving me dehydrated and a bit queasy – which it all part of the motivation for the start of the healthy eating and fitness drive of the next four weeks.
I am doing Nanowrimo this year, starting tomorrow. I am therefore losing my blogging window in my day. Wee Scoops is therefore having a holiday and will be back in December. I don’t think I can actually stop the daily-ish posting, so I might aim for weekly or so, just to keep in the loop.
So here’s a flavour of what I wish I was posting about for the next wee while:
- This photo from the Salzburg trip. Loving that mountain!
- The character of Reuben from the story of Joseph. Who knew he was really a good guy? Rice and Webber missed that bit out.
- Apostrophe use in Hallowe’en.
- This photo as a response to the photo challenge “Hidden”:This is a grave yard in Salzburg attached to a monastery. It was the inspiration for that horrible bit of “The Sound of Music” where they hide from the Nazis at the end. Rattle, rattle, reverberate, reverberate….
- The philosophical basis of respect as a core value.
- The psychology of running: time, distance and perception.
- Being ahead of the weather with strategic shopping.
- A poem called “Salted” that I haven’t written yet but want to. I want to call this year’s wee anthology “Salted”… but can’t until I’ve written the poem.
- Photo blog of a curry cook-in I haven’t had yet.
- “Strictly Come Dancing” and social anthropology. And whether or not it is fit for TV.
- Skipping games from the early 1980s.
- A review of “When God was a Rabbit” by Sarah Winman.