The planets have hugged across the sky. The calendar has (finally!) rolled around another year-number. Will the 'new' year be better than the last one? We sincerely hope so, every one of us. We'd like that virus to go away. Or at least, for everybody to get a vaccine and be able to go 'nyah, nyah' at it. We want our economies to recover and people to get back to whatever normal is. And oh, yeah, we could go for some peace on Earth right about now, and goodwill to each other, and some sensible politicians to do their jobs for a change and stop starting fights.
Any other suggestions?
As we wait to see what the new year will bring, let's talk about hope. Is hope a virtue? Is it a vice? What do we hope for? Show us hope this month: in a handful of words, or some sounds, or an image. Please share. It will be a good deed.
Meanwhile, here are some hopeful words and images from our Post contributors:
We'll be back next week with more Stuff. (Send more Stuff.) Keep warm, stay safe, and remember: years are only numbers, but space/time is real and shouldn't be wasted.
Quote of the Week: Some breeds of chicken are very large and very white.
What is it?
Ben-Hur for lazy readers
OF ANGELS AND CHICKENS
|STRANGE AND WONDERFUL
WORDS AND PICTURES (I)
Winter winds blow.
|WORDS AND PICTURES (II)
Into You (15).
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