Monthly Archives: June 2017

Trusting slowness

“There is one fault I must find with the twentieth century,

And I’ll put it in a couple of words: Too adventury.

What I’d like would be some nice dull monotony

If anyone’s gotony.”

I recently stumbled upon these words by Ogden Nash. (My high school music teacher, John Neufeld, first introduced me to Nash with the couplet: “”The Bronx? No thonx!”) Nash’s poem about monotony reminds me Continue reading