A note from Jen: I’m here! Woot! I added my thoughts to the first three discussion questions yesterday, and I look forward to reading yours. I’ll be easing back into the blog scene now, and I hope you can carve out some time to play, too.
Our discussion leader in September is Harriet. She’s a very creative embroiderer, knitter, painter, and photographer, among other things. She loves shibas and books. She lives in Norway, and English is her second language. She communicates very well without my help, and the regulars here enjoy her “voice,” so I won’t be editing. Much. Just my usual butting in and puttering about.
There’s a certain philosophy of life conveyed in the Garmann books. How would you describe it?
Do you think it’s age that limits a person’s understanding of the universe, human relationships, and everyday life?
What makes us able to think about the small ordinary questions and about the big ones? Is it just something “some people” do?