Been listening in the car to Bill Bryson’s enjoyable “A Short History of Nearly Everything” read by a gentleman with a loquacious British accent. A “standard candle” is a star in its later life, waning and ebbing energy in a precise rhythm, which can be used in measuring other stars. I think. Polaris is one. I like the way the phrase sounds.
- Back home she'd always been the cherry on the cake. In the city she was just another chirpy ruffling feathers for attention- it hit her hard 7 years ago
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