On cars, old, new and future; science & technology; vintage airplanes, computer flight simulation of them; Sherlockiana; our English language; travel; and other stuff
WHEN I started SimanatisSays.com back in August 2012, I envisioned mini-essays—not tiny “blogs”—whenever the spirit hit me on one topic or another.
Well, it turns out this is my first day off in writing a mini-essay since that start. I haven’t run out of things to say—no luck, there, folks. But I feel the need for a hiatus, maybe of a few days, maybe through the Holidays.
Those of you who recently joined in the fun at SimanaitisSays.com are encouraged to dig back into “The Archives.” In retrospect, early favorites of mine include my disillusionment with Tonto, the Wright demonstration at Le Mans, my day with Daffy, recurring studies of Sherlock Holmes and my Baltic tour.
I’m especially appreciative of long-time readers, whose comments have been so kind.
When you begin a daily task of composing mini-essays, you always worry that the well may one day run dry.
Happily, that doesn’t happen.
For example, I’ve never told you the story of the Author Portrait I’ve been using for a while.
Before long, I will return and do so. ds
© Dennis Simanaitis, SimanaitisSays.com, 2013