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Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Tuesday's Truths WK 183


Welcome to my 183rd segment of Tuesday's Truths where I confess that while wearing face-masks and social distancing, Juan V and I were able to devise a way for me to do some of my computer work in my garden. Normally when I work on my computer I rely on a monitor so working on projects while being in my garden has not been an option.

However, there are some computer tasks I can do with specialized eye-glasses which were quite costly when I get them a few years ago, but I've been unable to work on computer projects while being in my garden because I can't see my screen what with so much sunlight (I have lots of sun in my outdoor space).

Therefore, when working outside on my computer, I have been known to hunch under an umbrella (that I use in the rain) in order to see my screen, but it's been hard to work under that circumstance, so I just do my work in my dark apartment.

No more will that be the case, because Juan figured out a way to attach my rain-umbrella to my tripod (and his work of genius can be seen in the image atop this entry).

I am SO excited and thankful to be able to work outdoors, especially during these tumultuous times.

Besides I do not use a tripod to take pictures and I am grateful to repurpose it. This fact of repurposing is the essence of  my Tuesday's Truths episode for today. How lovely to work in my garden where the stories in my three volume hardcover book series, Words In Our Beak, take place!


And to reiterate what I've been saying here on Blogger, "During this time where many people are confined to their homes due to lockdown restrictions (re the coronavirus pandemic), these books (whose stories are set in my rooftop garden) are great to have around as a reminder that there is still so much beauty in our fallen world."

It's also good to note that these books make for a great gift to anyone who is a dad, and with Father's Day coming up later in the month, order your copies now to insure delivery in time for the holiday.

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