“Would you care to have a drink with me after work?” I said. “That would be lovely,” she said. “Where and when?” “Ritz bar, this evening when you get through.” “Five thirty,” she said. “I’ll meet you there,” I said. Excerpt FromValedictionRobert B Parker Big Robert B. fan from decades past, I’m re-reading Valediction, published … More Fine, I’ll Meet You There
Not a Zoom meeting but close. Don’t misunderstand. I’m very thankful for my job. I have so much to be appreciative for. But this meeting was loooooong
A while back, I started recording my dreams. I don’t always remember, but last night I had a dream about BTS. If you’re neither interested in dreams not BTS, fair warning to stop reading. I am not a teenage girl. <dream>I was at a music festival in the states, which turned out to be Canobie … More Recording More Dreams
Like a lot of people these days, I am working from home for a little bit. Apropos of nothing, or perhaps just to pass the early morning hours (I get a little more time in the day sans-commute), I decided to start recording my dreams. For a long time, it seems, I haven’t been remembering … More Passing Time
…what Kim Jong Un is thinking about the nuclear deal with Trump.
Politics in the US are made up of the left and the right. On the right, there’s nothing right. On the left, there’s nothing left. I wish I could give proper credit for the above joke. I heard it somewhere. It’s not a direct quote either. But it is amazingly true. There’s nothing for me … More A Political Joke
Book Review Head On By John Scalzi I may include spoilers. Fore-warned and -armed and all that. There are only a handful of authors whose books I will buy almost sight unseen. Scalzi is one of them. He’s one of the few authors whose books I will buy in hardcover, as well (also, the discount … More Book Review – Head On