Publications and Sections
So I just launched a new publication. ALFEW.
This is to be a virtual art display publications and having different sections is important so that different types of art can be featured in different sections. Great idea, right?
So I launch into setting this publication up, just yesterday (March 2). I get all the sections set up the way I want them, then I notice that Medium is offering a beta trial (opt in) of new page design. They say that you will be able to opt out at any time. I opt in.
Immediately all my…
Shortly before we moved to a new house in 2003, we adopted a chubby black cat called Jezabel.
Jezabel was disturbed by her new surroundings, especially because of our dog, Moka. She would rush around the house, with her tail held horizontally along her back, sniffing at new things and emitting short, annoyed mews. Clearly saying “This is definitely not right.”
Recently I received a notification from The Cornell Lab of Ornithology about a documentary on the endangered Phillipine Eagle.
We decided to watch it on our Friday night Movie night and we were fascinated by it.
It really underlines the need for the World to become more aware of the consequences of the wholesale destruction of forests and other natural areas, and why we all need to do our part, not matter how small or insigificant it may seem.
Bird of Prey, the multi award-winning feature-length documentary from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, weaves a…
So, it’s international Cat Day tomorow, August 8. Time to submit your fave cat photos or stories.
I’ll start it out with a phto of Dilly and Taffy. We had just adopted Dilly and the “getting to know you” process was underway.