suddenly and spectacularly. I simply flipped over, hurting my right foot – have a large swelling and it is too painful to walk. I also hurt my back and my coccyx. I sure that they will be black and blue tomorrow. Afterwards, I was shaking uncontrollably and also had visual disturbance.
Becasue I could not eat anythign solid today!
(I have maybe 3kg to lose.)
I managed to break a tooth today, while crunching on a nutty snack. I chomped on a nut and crack! my only tooth with a filling, just cracked.
Within a couple of hours I was at the dentist and having a temporary filling put in place. This should last anything from 2 months to 2 years. Therafter I may need to get a crown for that tooth.
I am hoping that I don’t get an infection from the broken tooth. I did not have to pay anything because our medical aid covers it.
This trip was quite harrowing as the thinder was loud and frequent!
Taken from within the car.
An early morning thunderstoem on the way to the game reserve.
This skylight from a museam a few miles from where I live, is poetic in its beauty and symmetry.
A joyful picture from a hand printed tablecloth that I gave my daughter.
A dramnatic piece, again by M. Probably from the ruins of Athens.
1. Do a draft curriculum plan and send;
2. Progress on proposal;
3. Layout person – tasks;
4. Get to 15pp for each of the 3 chapters;
5. Delegate a task on the one matter;
6. Prepare for skype meeting tomorrow.
The fault, dear Brutus, in not in the stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.
from Julius Caesar, Act 1, sci.
Why? To remind me that I must take control of myself and my decisions.
The names given to the stalagmites and stalactites are really fanciful!
(Sterkfontein Caves, the cradle of mankind… the place where Little Foot and Mrs Ples were found.
lobelias flowering so prettily in blue …
The sublime (modern man, homo sapiens), cradling his distant ancestor (Mrs Ples), the ridiculous – or shoudl this be the other way around?
This is what highveld grassland looks like!
Snow in our spring – a lion, befuddled by this most unusual occurerence.
What is more cliched than sunset over a city?
From my daughter’s apartment, on the Thames.
A propoer Greek word fro a proper Greek photographer!
The gallop of the zebras is astonishingly graceful.
These Guinea fowl were on the side of the road – where the sidewalk ends!