I’m what you might disdainfully refer to as a ‘traveller’, and since I’ve become stranded in truly the worst place on planet earth – New Zealand’s South Island – by a virus sweeping the globe faster than you can say “Don’t lick that door handle,” I clearly have nothing better to do than erroneously proclaim myself an expert on this brand new (ish) COVID-19 thing.
It’s been a really, really long time since I wrote some horoscopes. Too long, some would say. Not long enough, would say others. Aquarius Around the 2nd of the month you’ll develop a ringing in the ears which, by the 8th, will turn into a full cacophony of ear-splitting white noise and screeching that nothingContinue reading “October Horoscope”
Uhhhh. Yah. The fruits of today’s labour at work (I promise I do do actual work while I’m at work).
I like the concept of forgetting things.I also like the concept of losing things: You own something, it exists somewhere – you just don’t know where it is. You did, at some point, know where it is because you put it there – and, chances are, being an inanimate object that cannot move by itself,Continue reading “Forgetting Things”
I found this horrible old shoe at the beach. For some reason it pleases me. For years I’ve marvelled at the concept of a horrible old leather shoe that looks exactly like this one (I’ve even drawn pictures of it!) and suddenly, there it is in the flesh! I mean, even when it was newContinue reading “Horrible Old Shoe”