No time like now By Rob Wynne On October 14, 2005 In Blog First you cast your line into the river. And then you wait. lovepoly Previous Reflection Next Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out 15 Comments Add Comment → pbristow Uh-huh. [NODS] What do you do when you notice that the part of your line that was below water level has now completely dissolved away? October 15, 2005 Reply dan_ad_nauseam Contemplative fishing, in the Mirabilan style. October 15, 2005 Reply sarekofvulcan *snicker* Wonder what percent of people in the SF community know that reference. And what _has_ Kagan been up to lately, anyhow? October 15, 2005 Reply keristor Nothing that I’ve heard of. But when I saw her at Bucconeer she was rather frail, I hope she’s OK… October 15, 2005 Reply smallship1 If this is Janet Kagan you’re talking about, author of *goes and checks* Uhura’s Song, I’ve noticed that name credited as script editor on Will and Grace…might not be the same one, of course. I don’t recognise the reference. October 15, 2005 smallship1 Turns out it isn’t. October 15, 2005 dan_ad_nauseam Her health reportedly has been poor for some time, unfortunately. October 15, 2005 elgecko Continuing the metaphor… OK… I’ll bite… what are you talking about? October 15, 2005 Reply annonynous Re: Continuing the metaphor… Mayhaps he’s just Zen blogging? Ann O. October 15, 2005 Reply Rob Wynne Re: Continuing the metaphor… Why, attempting to make the world I have the world as I would have it, of course. October 15, 2005 Reply annonynous Reminds me of a folksy cartoon(?) I saw once. An image of an old man sitting under a tree on a riverbank and holding a homemade fishing pole, line dangling in the water. Captioned “Sometimes I sets and thinks, and sometimes I jes sets”. Which may have nothing at all to do with what you wrote. 🙂 Ann O. October 15, 2005 Reply maedbh7 Good things come to those who wait, so I’m told. Have you read my user profile lately? -H… October 15, 2005 Reply Rob Wynne That’s what I am hoping. Of course, it was the philosopher Thomas Petty who said “The waiting is the hardest part.” 🙂 *hug* October 15, 2005 Reply braider Happy fishing. October 15, 2005 Reply sotto_voce Any bites yet? October 15, 2005 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.