“Reading isn’t only a matter of our brains; it’s something that we do with our bodies.” — Andrew Piper
Introverts have psychic powers, it seems. They read minds from micro-expressions and body language, interpolating meaning from words not said. They know the future by orchestrating a complex model of cause and effect in their minds, completing it from a rich mental catalogue of past events. Be mindful of the psychic powers of introverts.
Aldous Huxley is a reader-seeker, one of those who reads to discover truth.
Two of my friends, Marcel and Wilson, made the same joke about my dog, Elli. When we took Elli for a walk, she would stop every few metres to deeply sniff the pee spots left by other dogs, and leave one in return. Nosebook is social media for dogs.
I created a stand-alone seasonal comic, Away in a Manger, based on a story by Marlene Leeper, told to her by her friend, Dr. Reg Reed. The story appeared in Stuart McLean’s Time Now for the Vinyl Cafe. Stuart McLean was a Canadian Christmas icon till he passed away in February of 2017.
Coach Dave Anderka would not let us skip kettlebell sport practice just because we were in the I2P 12.5 km trail run. As the sun rose at the Lac Phillipe beach we gave it a kettlebell salutation.