The Ocean Limited, by Alex Colville, 1962
This is a very short post. My post on Alexander Colville keeps returning to an unpublished and unedited version. It does so when I try to log out.
I will therefore send you this note and see, once again, what the Happiness Engineers can do. I have tried to edit my settings, as they suggested, but it hasn’t worked. I may have to switch themes.
At the moment, I have no access to my reader and mail is piling up, as I am spending a lot of time trying to return WordPress to its pristine condition. Moreover, I am fighting an episode of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which means lying down in bed.
The Ocean Limited
During the years I spent teaching at St Francis Xavier University, I used to take the “Ocean Limited” to go and visit with my family. At one point, it travelled to Sherbrooke, Quebec. It now has a different route.On Alex Colville, by Christopher Pratt (born 9 December 1935) I had included a video of this video, but it has been removed. However, I am providing the appropriate link. The video can be seen.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2013/07/18/nl-christopher-pratt-alex-colville-719.htmlSwimming Dog and Canoe Photo credit: Art Gallery Encyclopedia © Micheline Walker July 24, 2013 WordPress (Please click on the picture to enlarge it.)
Naomi Baltuck said:
I am sorry for our difficulties–I hope you can rest and take good care of yourself.
Thank you so much. At the moment, I cannot write a blog. The add media button no longer works. Pictures are so important. But the Happiness Engineers will fix everything.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is quite a different problem. One has to go and lie down. I have a lovely bedroom.
Take good care of yourself.