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No need to apologize as I know all about your vision issues. Today has been a dry but cool day. The high was suppose to get to 80 but it doesn't look like that's going to happen. We have rain in the forecast for the next four days which is not good news. There is a dam about a 30 minute drive from here that is ready to burst and also a river is threatening to go over a bridge in downtown Waukesha which is about 20 minutes away. I wouldn't want your heat either. I don't tolerate heat very well or humidity.
Are you enjoying "For Love"? I'm not doing much reading lately. I was going to read my book last night but got involved online and in reading my April issue of Smithsonian. I'm so behind. Anyway, I found an article called "My Kind of Town Boston, Massachusetts" by Claire Messud and I thought of you. Do you know her? She lives in Boston and is the best-selling author of "The Emperor's Children". If you haven't read it yet you may want to. Here is a website so you can check out the story and the review:
www.nytimes.com/2006/08/27/books/review/ORourke.html">'The Emperor’s Children,' by Claire Messud - New York Times
Aug 27, 2006 ... Now, in “The Emperor’s Children,” her splendid new novel, ... “The Emperor’s Children” is a novel about the gap between the real and the ...
www.nytimes.com/2006/08/27/books/review/ORourke.html - www.google.com/search?hl=en&rls=RNWE,RNWE:2005-19,RNWE:en&q=related:www.nytimes.com/2006/08/27/books/review/ORourke.html">Similar pages
On what day will you leave for Niagara Falls and when will you return? I want to make sure I don't bombard you with messages while you are gone. I'm sorry to read that Maria won't be able to go along with you but I'm sure it's for the best. I know you are just looking out for her and you two will find some place to go together when you return.Are you reading any books on paper? I'm slowly getting through "The Poyson Garden". I really do like it but I just haven't had time to get into the plot.So much to do and so little time.~Janese
We haven't heard from you here for over a week! Please come back to us and tell us all about your life! ... Bookwise and otherwise!
Currently I am reading Night Work on paper; this is a good mystery by Steve Hamilton. On my ipod, I am listening to First Degree by David Rosenfelt. This is a new author to me, suggested by my son. So far, a good listen-to.
I am currently muti-tasking to the umpteenth degree: 1) I am doing the week's laundry which is an up and down affair--- I live on the second floor and my washer is in the hall outside my kitchen (up) and my dryer is downstairs in the basement (down) ; 2) I am watching last night's PBS news programs on video; 3) I am embroidering a sign which reads "Hello, Sunshine!" next to a smilie; when I finish the embroidery, I plan to put a ruffle around it and finish sewing a cover for the back of the driver's sun visor in Snowy, my new-old Honda. I bought him last year and the previous owner did major damage to the cover of the sun visor; 4) I am also doing some mending while I watch TV. (Of course, if I get another NP call today, all bets are off)! Exciting, huh? Now --- the best is yet to come! Since I don't have cable, I miss a lot of the Red Sox games. BUT--- today The Red Sox play St.Louis and the game will be televised on Fox TV! Is this not heaven, or what?
How are you doing?