[For the previous chapters, check the Lady of the Sea‘s main page] It had an unusual shape, almost resembling a perfect circle – one that had been half-bitten off. When the tide was high, it looked like the letter C. When it was low, as it was now, it had a lovely, spacious beach. A man came out of the […]
Woke up to a could-be-worse movie about her and Hemingway this morning – sadly, it is also the most common result when you run a search for the lady on YouTube. The great Martha Gellhorn is high on my list of Women I Want to be Like When I Grow Up. With a tremendous amount of chutzpah, she will make […]
The upside of being indoors on hot August days.
[For the previous chapters, check the Lady of the Sea‘s main page] All the ship’s crew was up and gathered around the rear. They were chattering and pointing excitedly, as if they couldn’t believe their eyes. Azov walked towards them, looking very annoyed. This was no attack, or else they would all be in their posts and battle cries would […]
Stuck at home for a while and don’t feel like zombie-ing out in front of a screen? Always wanted to try something but think you’re too old? Here’s Miss Watercolour Fox to get you inspired.
Going back to 90s music for some unknown reason. This is still one of the best, classier pop albums of all time. You Have Been Loved is heartbreakingly beautiful.