kind of/sort of, usually added onto the end of a word or phrase

well did it work? 



seems a rather important 3 letters.

in a world gone mad with proving things.. is anything provable?

kind of like prefacing things with perhaps..

an acknowledgement that we know nothing beyond now. if we even know/grok that.

sayingit might not work – ish

perhaps, keeps me from not doing/being.

embracing ish.


haven’t read it – but intrigued by

“ish-ly” is far more wonderful than “getting it right” – imperfection can be a wonderful thing



integration – ish

incremental – ish

choice – ish


perhaps – to not get hung up on debating – ish-ness – we remind ourselves daily:

redefine school sign for page


love this take from Deirdre Bailey’s savouring ish:

In 2004, Peter H. Reynolds wrote a brilliant children’s book called Ish in which a little boy named Ramon discovers the wonderful feeling that comes with capturing the world from his own perspective. Ishfully. How liberating to consider that it is permissible to have an opinion or creation independent of judgement or correction.

book links to amazon
“No man ever steps in the same river twice, 
for it’s not the same river 
and he’s not the same man.”
2020 new book:
Peter H. Reynolds (@peterhreynolds) tweeted at 5:28 AM – 3 Mar 2020 :
My new book BE YOU launches today! @Scholastic @BlueBunnyBooks
and another book – the dot
‘i just can’t draw’.. ‘just make a mark and see where it takes you’.. gave paper a jab.. ‘please sign it’ (pic with just one dot or just one squiggle line).. frame it – dedicated to mr matson, my 7th grade math teacher, ,who dared me to ‘make may mark’
much like – ness – an acknowledgment that there’s much more listening to be had