At a time when I was not allowed any alcohol, I came across this quote
‘It was as natural as eating and to me as necessary and I wouldn’t have thought of eating a meal without drinking beer.’ —Ernest Hemingway
However today is the last day of my 30 days post op. . . . . . .
Hemingway also said: ‘Write drunk; edit sober’ . .
I should have had more ready to edit…..
Danny Gregory, amongst many other ideas, suggests drawing lots of types of the same ‘thing’ I started in the previous post with spoons: here with glasses, which also alludes to RJ’s Inverse Law of Cost: the life of a product is inversely proportional to its cost: the more you spend, the shorter the length of time they last…….
‘As an artist, XXXXXX is interested in the implicit stories that images tell. It might not be a story in the linear sense, but an image can leave us to wonder at the importance of a particular scene, the relationship between characters, whose experience is being told and why. An image can take us into a story, and provide us with a means of experiencing it.’
Hmm . . . . . so every picture tells a story, then. I think Spike, got it right…….
As the caption says: the same pot after Lesley has taken her zero tolerance approach to pruning……
This was during the early stages of recuperation when a daily injection was necessary. I was given instructions which consisted of: ‘It’s easy…. just stick it in your stomach………..’
I’m a bit worried that this spread looks a bit like ‘Diary of an Edwardian Country lady’ or whatever it was called. …….. however the next entry will convince all(?) of you that the Jones family as a rule seem better at killing rather than nurturing plants…..
‘Write drunk; edit sober’
This is still my favourite Debord quote: