Yosemite: the Cost of Keeping Up
I had planned to post a few images from last week’s quick Gulf Coast trip. So much for plans.
I upgraded to Yosemite. Chrome is broken. Safari is not living up to the hype of being faster and more of a real browser I’ve never found it to be, but I’m stuck with it for a while, and all thumbs.
iPhotos–also updated–does not like the old version of Java runtime and the new version is taking a half hour to download. So this image was not cheap.
I hope you appreciate the simple picture of leaves on our path that cost me 30 minutes of wait. So many more leaves are down now than when we left for Biloxi last Wednesday.
On the plus side, I haveÂ had the sense this past week away that I’d like to get back to writing something more substantial. The shorter days this time of year have traditionally been calendar promptsÂ towards turning in, slowing down, and thinking more deeply now that lawn and garden are not our masters.
I’d started another book in October a couple of years ago. I plan to revisit that notion, so am not stagnant across my entire creative life, such as it is. And maybe the blog will rise with that tide.