Monthly Archives: August 2018

Hexagon the Kitten Is Recording My Computer Activity

So I’m looking at Facebook, and all of a sudden Hexagon the Kitten is on the keyboard. Zap! Screenshot captured at feline speed — before I could grab the little rogue. This is the first of four pages of information … Continue reading

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My Mother’s Epic Battle with an Armadillo

I just found a hilarious tale about my mother (in L. Lee Cowan’s Except for All the Snakes, I just Love It Out Here: The News from Stone County, Arkansas, Where One Life is Put Down Straight Up, p. 120). … Continue reading

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An Enneagonal Mandala

I made this years ago — in 2010 — and just found it today, on Facebook. That was two years before this blog started. I like finding such “lost works,” but it doesn’t happen often these days. 

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Two Unfortunate Political Truths

I can think of no exceptions to either statement.

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Pentagonal Mandala V

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Pentagonal Mandala IV

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The Black Widow Tessellation

The black polygons in this radial tessellation are regular decagons. The red figures are hourglass-shaped equilateral hexagons, which remind me of the distinctive red markings found on many black widow spiders.

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