Thursday, June 2, 2011

At the Foot of the Garden


Some while back, friends gave us a garden light.  This year I placed it inside the pergola at the foot of the garden.  (This is the famous "War of the Roses" pergola which made a cameo appearance in Jack Faust.)  It looked so good there that I decided to make it permanent.  Which is why I've started referring to that corner of the yard as Little Narnia.

I lead a very twee life, sometimes.

And symptomatic of This Freelance Life . . .

I'm working furiously and productively on a clutch of short fiction right now.  One story which is not quite complete, "The Mongolian Wizard," has hatched a sequel.  I'm elbow deep in a Darger & Surplus adventure.  And there are others.

So I'm playing hooky.  Off I go, down the Shore, as we say hereabouts.

See ya when I get back.

Above:  There is is, Little Narnia.


1 comment:

mcp said...

Gee, Michael. Where did you get the blue roses?