Charles Cowling
  When I fall asleep it could be forever So I’ll never fall asleep again When I fall apart put me back together And my life will be complete Maybe it’s tonight Maybe tomorrow night Next week Next month Next year We’ve only time to fear When I fall behind
Charles Cowling
Pic stolen from here   This will interest some of you at least — the more numerate and analytical. It’s an online diagnostic tool to determine longevity. Here’s the rationale as described by the New York Times: To help prevent overtesting and overtreatment of older patients — or undertreatment for
Charles Cowling
      “The older I get, the worse I’m going to look on my deathbed.”                
Charles Cowling
I follow The Hearth of Mopsus blog. I like it very much — the writer’s fastidious prose, his rigorous,  intellectual objectivity on the one hand, his very earnest doubts and self-questioning on the other. He’s written a very good book about holy wells, by the way. Not your bag? Fine