Ever since last Monday’s blog, you have returned day after day, expecting to see something new posted.
But NO. Here a crotch, there a crotch, everywhere a crotch, crotch – day after day after day.
My most sincere apologies for the assault on your eyes for an entire week. Last Monday night brought some sudden news that took me out of town for the rest of the week – I’m sure that I’ll unpack some of that in the coming days.
In the meantime, spring has DONE SPRUNG here in Denver. I returned on Saturday to trees in full bloom and 70 degrees of sunshiny weather. I don’t have to wear a coat anymore, and I am sneezing like the dickens (whatever that means). I would be tempted to get outside and do some more hiking, but I’m home just long enough to repack my bags and fly to Nashville tomorrow night for two weeks. I have a half-marathon to run on Saturday, and will spend some time working from the Nashville office.
Let’s talk about books. After several false starts, I am finally reading “The Poisonwood Bible.” Any recommendations for summer reading? You’d better believe I’ll be reading “Beatrice and Virgil” – I can’t wait.