National Poetry Month: The National Museum of Health and Medicine has an online exhibit of some Walt Whitman items in their collection.
Himself: The interview is tomorrow at one.
Herself: Glasses were ready too. This pair isn’t red and leans toward a matt brown. Darn it. Today is free to hack and slash on poems too. Still struggling to get header photos that fit before to fit again. Grrrrrrrr......
Reading: “The White Dragon.”
Gratitude: Root canals, that my glasses were covered under warrantee, rain.
It’s been an El Nino year here. We have had far more rain than normal, and everything is blooming colorfully. The genus Mesembryanthemum, common iceplant, is a favorite. Tho it requires more water than a cactus, its many strong colors knock you out with their powers.
We used to see miles of freeway lined in ice plant, and many homes have as their landscaping a carpet of the finest of mesembryanthemums, this delicious purple carpet of ice plant. As I dash from dentist of oculist or grocery to class, either G or I have been taking our cameras and trying to catch as much color as we can.