…pictures of St. Peter’s because I forgot my camera, not once but twice. I could’ve have used it many times, especially yesterday, as I came close to a coyote who was curious to see where I was going on my walk. He grew bored with me, probably because I didn’t have my camera.
So, instead of a picture, I’ll give you a quote from Annie Dillard’s book For the Time Being:
“Sometimes we touch strangers. Sometimes no one speaks. Like clouds we travellers meet and part with members of our cohort, our fellows in the panting caravans of those who are alive while we are. How many strangers have we occasion to hold in our arms?”
Thanks B, I worry that I could get into a lot of trouble holding strangers in my arms though. Or not.