Friday, 16 October 2009

Two little notes

I have a small stone over at this site today. It's funny because I sent four others to Fiona with this one (though they were all about clouds) but it was my least favourite one that she picked! If I was at home I'd post the others here for you to see...but I'm not so I can't. Maybe next week.

Also there's a lovely post about my poetry postcards up today. That's over in Wales - here. If anyone orders cards obviously I will send them when I get back...postal strikes in the UK depending...

x

10 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

Looking forward to seeing you for coffee on Mobnday morning.

Catherine @ Sharp Words said...

Love the stone.

And love the postcards - I've managed to miss these before (probably since I read your blog via RSS rather than on the site itself) but I'll have to order them. They look rather frame-able.

Dominic Rivron said...

Your stone is wonderful. What indeed.

I read an Iain M Banks not so long ago in which there was a world inhabited by intelligent clouds (cumuloform life-forms I think they were called).

I'm also reminded of Stony River's recent post on twitter and microfiction.

Rachel Fox said...

We took our Girl to see the new kids film 'Up' today and it had a short film first all about animated clouds!

Hi all
On a friend's computer...can't hang abut chatting...

x

Titus said...

Loved the stone!
Good post on the postcards too, eh?

We're going off for a Glasgow breakette and were toying with "Up" as an evening activity - worth it?

Sorlil said...

Like your stone though it's got a rather sinister tone to it, or maybe that's just me!

Rachel Fox said...

All 3 of us loved 'Up', T (dog had to go to grandparents). Take some tissues though. I cried about 4 times...and I wasn't the only one.
x

Titus said...

We'll go then!
I cry more at children's films than anything else. "Ring of Bright Water" (which we watch with some regularity) a nightmare, and every time we do the Peter Jackson "King Kong" re-make the boys ask me to leave the room at the end as I sob so noisily.

Rachel Fenton said...

Lovely stone!

hope said...

See I'm not the only one who loves your "Road" postcard.

Have fun being out and about.