avocation

This work has become an avocation, both in its original meaning of a diversion or distraction from one’s regular employment and its more usual one, of ‘a vocation,’ or calling. Since I started it, I have thought about little else. I sneak away from the workbench to the computer, as I am now doing, to add bits to this puzzling puzzle, which, like the jigsaw puzzles in the games cupboard in the lounge at Luitingh’s Guest Farm, has many pieces missing, damaged, or swopped with those of some other puzzle.

jigsaw

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