This is the last day in July and the last post on this blog. Let’s move on.
There may be another post to remind everybody to switch blogs with me, but this is it. I fill them up fast, that’s for sure. After Ishita told me about imagecompressor.com, I managed to make this blog last almost two years, and for this I’m grateful.
I’m looking forward to number six which is called An Embarrassment of Riches with the add-on Not really embarrassed. It starts tomorrow, but today there is a Prepost. Meanwhile I have equipped my new About me with (lots of) photos. Warmly welcome!
And now, the end. It gives me pleasure to end with a mermaid poem for Patrick’s Pic and a Word challenge. The mermaid has landed.
I used to be a mermaid, look at me now I used to be a mermaid. Legs were a mistake. Legs are a bad construct. First they grow together, then they hurt apart. Now when I swim, my legs are happy. Uselessly they dangle. No more weight to carry, No more pretence of mobility. No more fish. Therefore beware before you crawl and land on land.
In response to Patrick Jennings’ Pic and a Word Challenge #280: Construct
This day in my blogging history
2014: Two psychologists meet in the hall.
One of them says:
“You’re fine. How am I?”