Meander, derived from the Greek river Maiandros , noted for its winding course. Often used for wandering aimlessly but apparently that comes from maunder which is to move, go, or act in an aimless, confused manner. It may appear that way at times, but I think the first meaning is more the story. &nb Read more...

Meander, derived from the Greek river Maiandros , noted for its winding course. Often used for wandering aimlessly but apparently that comes from maunder which is to move, go, or act in an aimless, confused manner. It may appear that way at times, but I think the first meaning is more the story.  A river could wind, twist and curve all over the landscape, but it is always with a purpose.  The river is heading downhill, it undertakes a journey , it's path may indeed meander, but it has it's direction.  

I'm in fruit growing country in the North Island, NZ, I get myself involved in far too many jobs and projects, but that seems to be my lot. After 15 entries, havent quite worked out how blip will work for me, that sounds like a maunder! but no - the path and purpose will come clear in it's own good time.

After 225 entries I find myself enjoying 2 types of entry, one is the image that tells  a mini story and the   the other is the image that draws my eye. But it is mostly about the picture.  I do regularly visit a number of blippers, but I'm not a great commenter, so if you have made some of the wonderful comments in my journal, thankyou and please dont think me too rude if I dont respond in kind.