A bizen tokkuri by Nakamura Makoto and a kuro-oribe guinomi by Koyama Tomomori, perfect for an autumn afternoon, NOTE: the spell checker wants to change guinomi to genome, obviously the spell checker does not appreciate sake.
Kokeshi guards maintain order, unwilling to pass judgement knowing all things will pass.
A musician welcomes you to visit the alley in Chinatown SF.
Feets don’t fail me now as look for my next step..
or hitch a ride on my way to freedom
Almost daily I walk the levee along Alameda Creek. In 2007 with my son at college I moved my office to home and started seriously walking four miles.
Then I was doing the four miles in in 52 minutes, now at 72 I am doing it in 60 minutes, getting old. When I am out there and feel the effort of walking I focus on my plans to go to Japan next spring and I need to be in condition to spend everyday walking around at least 12 hours
Could not resist this fun while passing by wine glasses in a restaurant window in San Francisco…
My view from the top, do you think I am in hesitation, do you think I lack confidence, did you fail to make an effort to see those things which were important to me? or only judge me by your own wants? Whatever it might have meant, earlier it makes little difference now,
P.S. After writing I did my four miles, 54 minutes! while listening to the day’s broadcast of The Archers, Tom Keene on Surveillance and Bloomberg P&L with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz.