I truly do think That the semi-acquatic Mink Needs its own fur coat To keep afloat In chilly, bone-freezing water; If a modiste wants fur, Deny it to her: She mustn’t wear mink…or even otter.
Since that’s about the only useful thing I do all day (I don’t want to tell you about my cooking and the laundry!)…let me take you on this morning’s walk to Forest Park and the short stint at the Des Peres creek….
As we returned from the Taming of the Shrew, we were crossing the usual Fire Station (E30, that I have written about
I never knew just what
While reading a book this morning,(Georgette Heyer’s “Faro’s Daughter”,if you are interested!) I fell to musing on the various scripts in which our languages are set down. I’ve learnt English from early childhood, and it took me, therefore, a while to realize that its script is most quirky…..compared to the orderliness of the scripts of most Indian languages.