For the second day we're boxed in. I'd say "snowed in" but that's not true. The hard-copy roadways are clear. Virtual highways are the problem. Saturday's snow has given unintended meaning to the new name of Embarq (formerly Sprint). CenturyLink has returned us to the twentieth century. No Internet. No Email. Karen called in. The message said Virginia's off-line, give us 24 hours. How about 48?
So all I can do is work inside the box, my laptop. It's too muddy to work outdoors. If you're reading this on November 7, it's because I've made it to the library.
Gosh, look at all these books, all this paper. They remind me of 35 years ago when I first started moving and had to carry tens of boxes of books. Loaded bookshelves were a good way to brag about eccentric interests. Now if you have interests, you must be and do or no one will ever know.
"Or you will never know," says Virginia. There's a big difference between a bookshelf and a read book, and between a read book and knowing what you've read.
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