Some of the species that were eradicated, or should have been, in the terrible tragedy depicted above, may be listed here.
Great ideas must be followed by action in order to bear fruit. But it’s a good idea to identify the great ideas and let some ideas remain ideas. I found about a hundred of those right here in Thinkering.
Since I mentioned Hamlet in yesterday’s title, I figured why not borrow from his famous “To be or not to be” speech,” for today’s title? After all, Thinkering is a soliloquy nearly every day and Shakespeare was the master of this style of discourse.
Done. I paid homage to the bard now back to bed.
In previous segments I’ve suffered from scattered words, scattered thoughts, and more often than I care to remember, scattered vision. Now I’m delighted to welcome Scattered Rayn, a gifted writer, adventurer and artist.
Last time I was in Copenhagen it was raining. This time it’s Rayning. Huh!
I broke seven limbs over the years: falling off a tree, fighting, playing soccer, bike riding and (most embarrassing) playing ping pong (broken arm in two places). Some people never learn.
And occasionally, even when I’ve got all the words, they don’t seem come together in an organized way.
Today’s segment is a treat of sorts since you get to see me in the raw. I don’t mean this kind of raw or even that. The artwork you’re witnessing above is an unfinished rough, a raw sketch before final inking and cleanup. Thought you might enjoy it. And yes, laziness might have played a part.