Mostly Miscellaneous Monday

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been using this down time to plan some travels. One of the top destinations on my list for next spring is a return to Iceland. I’ve been many time over the years, but always yearn to return.


I recently re-read this marvelously creepy and fun book by the great Shirley Jackson. If you haven’y read it, give it a go; you won’t be disappointed.

I imagine that George Lucas is having a grand time in isolation. I would be if I had his library to while away the days in.

It has been especially heartbreaking to hear what’s happening in New York City this week. I come from three generations of New Yorkers on both side of my family and still have relatives in the city.

Life without books is death indeed.

 

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3 Responses to Mostly Miscellaneous Monday

  1. It would be nice to think that the generosity of spirit and the creativity we’re seeing during this time will continue when things improve. Your last photo is beautiful.

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