|A little colour|
|Reading, at 6.12am EST|
It occurred to me too that my early morning reading will soon need to be done with the light on, not enough sunlight to read in the morning.
The knee foiled plans to go and visit my mum down the coast, that's always disappointing. Still, a bit more tweaking of the paper...it's turning into a book I think. So many developing developments and today I was re-viewing the Brisbane of the 1890s, so interesting. It is also interesting to be reading and writing this paper on Australia and Asia in the 1890s with the visit to China by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard right now. It does return me to my interesting themes of Australia's 'Asian Century, the recently released White Paper, and the evidence I am gathering on the extent of our relations in the region.
I ventured outside in between rain showers, the colours in the garden are looking quite brilliant, so I indulged a little. In fact, I was pleased to see both bees and butterflies 'performing' around the bush above, the so-called 'Geisha Girl' (though I've never really liked that name). I checked on the chrysalises too...no movement there.
|An older, 'graceful' suburban cinema, |
Work never ends, it is a performance.