The road to SOAR 2010

Started at 0734 today, as the road from our house led to the M25

and that led to Heathrow. As usual, allowing 30 minutes for delays meant fewer delays than usual; I spent about 2 hours in the airport time warp before the gate was announced. I love liminal spaces, the desire to move made concrete. Now, after a movie and a hot meal – it was hot, but the bright yellow gravy was rather startling; I decided it was intended to cheer people whose holiday was over – I sit over the North Atlantic knitting, listening to Handel and inserting photos into a file to post on the Internet. And hoping 90 minutes is time enough to clear US customs in Toronto :-/ Isn’t technology amazing?

Technology or magic: which is more likely to be responsible for what seems to be a tortilla wrap filled with lamb in tomato sauce, served hot in a sealed cardboard box, having an expiry date of 06OCT2011? Frozen in bulk? Or a Spell of Preservation?

Let’s see if Toronto’s free wifi works…

— Post From My iPhone

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About sarahw

A zoologist who draws, a spinner who weaves, a person who thinks.
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One Response to The road to SOAR 2010

  1. Alison says:

    I like the idea of a spell best, myself. For the bright yellow gravy, also; it's the least scary available explanation.Have an awesome time. 🙂

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