Monday, August 28, 2006

But, its been a good day today, anyway

Yes, it has been a good day in spite of worrying about the storm. I have a pile of new used books which I got at a book store I had never been to before ( a virgin bookstore?) which my friend Chandra led me to. We have probably talked a brilliant professor into teaching a folklore course in the Spring at night so we can go...I finished another writing job, I'm not worried about anyone at work... my son only wants me to call once a week... Linda and I are learning two new polkas, a new march and two hornpipes for the CD and an outdoor gig in November and the CD plans are coming along. And, I have a new hammock. ( The old one rotted and I dropped three feet to the ground on my back a while ago. Ouch! ) Oh, and while I was reading one of my new books about Sally Hemmings, the red shouldered hawks flew around me on Sunday. Plus I found old copies of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings short stories at the book store. I promptly read the alligator story and I feel safer just doing so! It doesn't take much to make me happy...a good book and a hammock will do...

1 comment:

  1. Hi! Love your blog. As it turns out, we have more in common than just playing the autoharp. But I'll have to tell you more on another day. Night!