If you have a few moments or more to spare, hop into "Wino's Blog"....he tells a great story, worthy of your time! His stories are rollicking good fun. His other posts are intelligent and thought-provoking.
While you are there, vote for "emmekelley" in the "give-away" post. She is well-deserving...a worthy recipient.
I went out and about this morning taking photos of everything and anything that wasn't moving, also of that which was moving! The latter might not have been captured in the frame because they were moving too fast!
As I was standing outside of my favourite restaurant up here on the mountain taking a few shots of the exterior, the chef/owner poked his head out the kitchen window. In his hand was a massive knife. I quickly re-introduced myself to him (I have met him previously, and I know he reads my weekly food articles in the local rag). Upon recognising me, he put the knife down! Whew! I experienced a few nervous seconds there for a while!
If any of the photographs I took are worth showing, I will post them later. All criticisms are welcome. Treat me gently and handle me with care. I'm a sensitive soul, you know!
I read an interesting little article in today's paper. A Channel 7 TV reporter who supplied chains to lock an 84-year old woman to a nursing home door for a story in their current affairs programme shown each week night at 6.30pm to beat-up a story, has been sacked by the Seven Network. Makes one wonder just how many other stories shown on our 'illustrious' current affairs programmes are similarly set up. All done in the art of telling a good story! Well, it didn't do much good for that reporter, who is now looking for another job. "He's gone to pursue other opportunities," the Network said last night. I guess that's another way of putting it!