Wednesday, 25 April 2007

A silent blog is rather like an untended garden

Rather silent over the past couple of weeks, the LBF excuse must be beginning wear thin. Piece on that coming soon.

Couple of things
Two weeks ago the Big Issue came out with a well written piece on Loving Mephistopheles

And yesterday in the Guardian, one Michele Hanson said at the bottom of a piece calling for garden thieves to be clamped in the stocks (mixed metaphor?) that she read The Man Who Planted Trees

'This week Michele read The Man Who Planted Trees, by Jean Giono: "A solitary French peasant planted thousands of acorns, grew a forest and revived a great tract of France, all by himself. Inspiring. If he can do it, so can we."',,2064233,00.html

1 comment:

GistOut said...

"A silent blog is rather like ..."

Cited as quotable metaphors-analogies in Metaphor-Analogy Archive".
Thank you.