Grass, daisies and a dog
Its going quite well. Actually the real concern is how simply I adapted to this way of life. Not very different from my usual one, apart from tele-working’ which has also some advantages.
Of course, I have a garden and must bring out the dog twice every day, but still I feel I should miss something … but this is not really the case.
I remember other periods of semi-confinement as in Cambodia or Chad, but they were accompanied by a quite intense job activity and frequent travels.
The next US President?
Yes, he is another very rich guy. But much smarter than the others ….
We are like dwarfs on the shoulders of giants
Today I have seen a Keith Haring exposition
No need of additional words
And so we are there. Regret and relief. Good luck to everybody.
Leaving a trace
The baobab we planted in Niamey is going well and growing up nice and strong.
The idea to leave something so big and good behind is quite a comfort.
Our daily bread
Just baked. Made with natural yeast (pasta madre).
Preparing bread is always a satisfactory activity even if, as this time, with the help of a bread-machine.