What’s not to appreciate? … a sundae special just waiting to be savoured …
… the latest plover mother in the place she was reared, sitting on eggs – no matter how often the mower goes by …
… leaving no imprint behind, but a sense of having seen marvels … able to revisit anytime, in our imagination. High days and holidays!
- Huckleberry ice cream.
- Masked Lapwing (Plover) nesting on spare Bowling Green.
- 14th – 16th Century marble intarsia (inlaid) make up the entire Siena Duomo floor. Covered in sheets to protect them from wear all year, except June 29 – July 31 & Aug 18 – Oct 26, when visitors can see them revealed, from temporary wooden walkways.
Moonstruck was one of my favourite movies. I recall Cosmo, father of the bride- to-be, reacting to the ring Loretta (Cher) was given with her latest marriage proposal. He thought it looked stupid because it was a man’s pinky ring.
She replied “It’s temporary.” At which he exclaimed, “Everything is temporary! That don’t excuse nothin’.”
And for a story to make you think more about Temporary, you can’t go past It could Always Be Worse retold by Margo Zemach available for you to read as part of Teaching Children Philosophy, thanks to this Creative Commons Licence,
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