So, Sundays are Sundays again. I’ve loved the special-occasion ones, but it’s also good to be back at coffee with The Archers and nothing much planned. In the spirit of gentle pottering, I offer you some lovely bits of interwebs. Enjoy.
There are stunning photographs of animal camouflage here.
And there’s a lesson in great writing in Maya Stein’s Ten-Line Tuesday.
If you have the sneaking suspicion that you could have behaved better over the festive season, it might be worth taking a peek at the Dalai Lama’s 20 ways to get good karma. I especially like 4, 5, 17, 19 and 20.
I enjoyed reading this article about a Georgian monthly magazine for women – or rather, ladies.
And I loved, loved, loved this list of 25 things you didn’t know have names. I was especially delighted to learn that there are words for the sound of a stomach rumble, and the mishearing of lyrics. (I have yet to be convinced that Freddie Mercury isn’t singing ‘Beelzebub has a devil for a sideboard’ in Bohemian Rhapsody.) And now I know I have Morton’s Toe.
Finally, here’s a beautiful piece of music and video. Enjoy.