June 19th

He works on through rain and hail and sleet and snow – sort of. A nasty gastric-y thing floored him for several days (the word should be bedded, but that has entirely different connotations), the dark mornings make a late start as the south side stays damp, and I should mention the time spent building a safe scaffolding so he can actually reach the west side of the deck.

These Blue Poles won’t ever cause a stir in the art world but, better still, they will hold up the roof for the covered deck – I suppose a covered deck is really a verandah, that very Australian space between house and the outside world.

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And here are two gorgeous things – the autumn sunsets I see regularly from the soon-to-be window in the soon-to-be kitchen, and Georgia Rachel Robinson (GRR – great initials for a woman.Watch out world!) who we don’t see very often as she lives in Chicago.

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About Glen Guest

writer, editor. All about words.
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