Salvia and Solomon plough their own furrows.
Hers are a little deeper, straighter, more numerous than his, but they both proceed in similar directions through their days. Solomon is amazed that this is working so well. In part, he cannot believe that he’s let anyone enter his life and organise it this way and partly he still refuses to believe that anyone would want to try - simply in exchange for food and shelter and the relative freedom to arrange her days as she pleases.
September 30, 2002
Extract from Vitalize
by Pauline Masurel