Each week I’ll try and post quick links to things that I’ve seen, read, inspired me or just sparked my interest in the previous week, with a little background and my thoughts and other things that I’ve been up to in the previous week. Mostly gardening, cooking and environmental stuff but not always.
Most of this week has been taken up with things related to my Dad, plus my maternal Grandmother is sick, so that’s been taking some time too, leaving little time for anything else.
We’ve had freezing weather all week long with temperatures dipping down to between -3°C & -5°C in the early hours of the morning.
I’ve been up and out with the dogs most mornings before sunrise, so have got to enjoy the sunrise most mornings, and the weather conditions and clear skies have made for some pretty spectualar sunrises.
This Is The Most Dangerous Time For Our Planet – Prof. Stephen Hawking
Not much time to really read anything much apart from the next part of the book in my online discussion (see below). I’ve been listening to (or rather re-listening to), the excellent audiobook by David Hewson – “The Flood“, in the car, but I finished this on Saturday so I’ll be looking for something else. I have a few to choose from.
Entering the Silence: Becoming a Monk and a Writer: 2 (The Journals of Thomas Merton) by Thomas Merton [GoodReads].
The Wastelands (Dark Tower III) by Stephen King [GoodReads], reading this for an online disucssion group
The Week In Wildlife – In Pictures
If you should also happen to play Words With Friends and fancy challenging me to a game or two, my user name is Tontowilliams.
4 thoughts on “Quick Links 5th December 2016”
Hi, Alan. Hoping that you and Ann are doing well.
Those sunrises can sure lift the spirit sometimes, can’t they? Stay strong.
Thanks David, we’re doing okay I think. One day at a time.
I’ve been enjoying some brisk, morning walks myself. I may be persuaded to say it’s the best time of the day especially after a cup of tea upon return.
It certainly is one of the best times of the day. Nice and quiet.
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