walking around farm looking around at things
little book about Tidiness. its 2 x 2 inches dimension
this is book of advice for the 1833 gentlewoman. its telling her how to get it together
“Take care to be dressed in time for dinner……lest the company wait in the drawing room, or the carriage waits at the door; or else the former sit down at table or the latter drives away without warning for the frightened fair one, who looks like a wet chicken and no one pities her.”
book is not trying make friends. it is 1833 and carriages will pack it right up and drawing rooms will clear right the F out if one is not careful
“Never sally forth from your own room in the morning without that old old-fashioned article of dress, a pocket. discard forever that modern invention called a ridicule (properly riticule,) and remember that a pocket handkerchief is the most disgusting and unladylike article of litter that can be exposed to view, which must often occur where there is no pocket.”.
so yes on the pocket, and no to that hanky. stuff that thing away fast
R, Tim and i on business in Nepal awhile back and hotelhad these little rocket matches at the hotel. black tips. fantastic
R collects big books. i collect small books and blue books. it just worked out that way.
Pedro actively listening to a chorus of birds at 5am on the farm. you know what im saying here. the dog is showing me something here and so you know we can’t have fur in the line. we can have some highly advanced technological vegan furs from france however. yes thats right technological vegan. the dog is not in the mood to go to work but the dog needs to go.