January 22, 2014


Fog, 1980.

I read all day.  On and off, there was a book in my hand from breakfast till four when I started dinner.  Yes, I finished Franklin and Winston and began a 2010 bio of Queen Elizabeth II.  My brain must not have been processing F&W well, but it’s doing very well with QEII.  Now I am off to book day at the Discovery Shop.

Waving….have a great day.


  1. Today is the first day in a long time that I don't have much to do all day. Tomorrow will be crazy again until next weekend. I might follow your lead and pick up my book.

  2. I thought F&W was awkward to read. I thought it was just me, it seemed not to hang together quite right for me.

  3. No history for me lately. I hope to get back to it eventually. I don't have the time to read as much as you do; however, I am thankful for what I have.

    I like your sketches, too. :)

    RYN: Sorry about your arthur-itis. Handshakes not necessary; sketches are. And you're managing them quite well.

  4. Tomorrow I read all day. Nice way to spend the day!

  5. Reading is a fine way to spend some time. I'm overdue for another book download.


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