Escaped Zin in the west meadow
Always happy to discover another something, or somebody has a month. Piano Month is celebrated at the Royal Conservatory, too. I learned that the Royal Conservatory has 120 pianos and a team of 6 technicians to keep them all tuned and maintained. It makes my ears ring, just thinking about all that tuning.
Dottie told me this is purple sage
I always wondered what purple sage looked like. It doesn’t look like the kind of sagebrush that I think of when I sing about “the sage in bloom, is like perfume”, but when I looked it up and saw images of many varieties of sage, my vision of sage in bloom was expanded greatly.
The sun is a star in my view
The guy, who had been giving me haircuts for the past five years, moved to Sacramento earlier in the summer. I have been trying out new places.
The woman who cut my hair at the latest place I am trying out, also trimmed my eyebrows with the electric shaver and a comb. I guess that’s better than waiting until the hairs get long enough to poke me in the eye. She sheared off my unibrow, too.
I’m not sure about the eyebrow gap. I have the feeling that will require shaving or something extra to keep groomed. I will keep an eye on it.
It is the star shaped reflection of the sun that prompted me to post the picture. One rarely gets a natural star shaped eye twinkle. One generally has to add a twinkle in post production.
Bach To The Future