Thursday, December 12, 2013

Comfort and Joy

I had a good day yesterday. I worked all morning on my own in the garden. That’s what I like to do at the moment. I don’t want to talk to anyone. And it was sunny.

We watched Billy Eliot again – this time for screenplay-examining purposes (and I only cried twice.)

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And loving people sent me messages. Barbara sent me this short animation, which I liked a lot.

I read Megan’s post again about making good art, and hope.

But as it’s Quotes from Dave week,  here is another gem – so good that I used it in BUT I TOLD YOU LAST YEAR THAT I LOVED YOU.

I was worrying about being old…

Me: “I’ve just noticed I’ve got those old people’s freckles on the backs of my hands!”

Dave: “I’ve had those for some time. I keep telling you how ancient we are. Stranded in the grey, dank land of old age, and everywhere the stench of death. I’ll make our coffins this winter.”

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