Posts Tagged ‘vigil’
Had a lovely gathering under our beautiful fig trees last night to celebrate a successful campaign. (more…)
These are the council trucks that were parked in Laman Street on the morning of the meeting where council was to hear that the pull test was being recommended against by council staff. There’s a tree mulcher and a crane. Allegedly these are the vehicles they drive around any old time and they were just changing light globes. Whatever.
This is the motion council approved this week:
Went to the 81st night of the Laman Street vigil tonight and enjoyed the dogs passing by, the usual noisy birds and the occasional debate. To think I thought we should have one symbolic candlelight vigil to mark the (then first) planned date to take the trees out in September. (more…)
I was reading a sad story in yesterday’s paper, about a couple who were broke and feeling chronically down, which quoted one of them as saying how bored they were because they had no money to do anything. I started to think about enjoyable pastimes that cost nothing.
Years ago I had a friend who loved gliding and he convinced me to go on a joy flight. I only went once because it was claustrophobic and nauseating but what I did learn from it, apart from the fact that you can have all that space around you and still feel penned in, is that there are Weather Things called Inversions and I assume that’s what we have today. (more…)