Monday, January 23, 2006

Who needs Narnia?

... when you have snow drifts deep enough to hide a lion’s body till spring and temperatures so low that even the Fahrenheit goes into negative scores. This winter is getting seriously dangerous. And, if that wasn’t enough, while Europe is suffering through one of the coldest winters on record, parts of the Antipodes are boiling away in temperatures that refuse to fall below 40 degrees Celsius. Welcome to the Brave New Global Weather Pattern. Day After Tomorrow is another movie I have no intention of seeing right now. Maybe some time around July.

Thankfully, I can stay indoors pretty much full time till the temperatures creep back up to “Very Unpleasant”. Having got my hands on a digital camera I am now spending my time testing it out on my little one. As a friend of mine with a tyke of her own said, “Digital cameras are great. You take 30 photos of your kid and 2 come out not blurry.” Mind you, I think that percentage drops when the best available natural light is damned close to an aurora.

In truth and to carry on the fantasy theme, I am starting to feel like I am leading a troglodyte existence, spending as I am most of my time trying to desperately catch up with work while the world outside is dark and cold. At the very least, the image of a monk scribe seems apt.


At 15/3/06 12:58 pm, Blogger goliah said...

A new interpretation of the moral teaching of Jesus the Christ demolishes 2000 years of theology. Can tradition be far behind?

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