Monday, June 9, 2014
Rambling. Poetry. Reading update. Gluttony. Stuff like that.
I like to write conversation, and it's much the same.
He said, she said, new line, new line.
In my narrative, they say, I have too many new lines.
Destroys the impact, they say, too many new lines.
Too many new lines.
Why don't I write poems?
OK, I'm not sure if that counts as a poem. I prefer my foot Haiku.
I've been reading:
In This House of Brede, by Rumer Godden.
Blue Plate Special, by Kate Christensen.
I'm still working on American Gods, by Neil Gaiman. I like it a lot, but for some reason I keep reading a few pages and then putting it down for a while.
The Blood Royal, by Barbara Cleverly.
I'm also reading Peopleware, by DeMarco and Lister. It's unusual for me to find a "business" or technical book this engaging. It's making me all opinionated about programming and corporate policies.
There are more chicken wings in the kitchen.
You may recall my determination to stop eating out of worry. I do seem to be successfully worrying less, though in a "Meh; if I'm doomed, I'm doomed, no point in worrying about it" sort of way. The difficulty is that I'm also worrying less about what I eat. Oops.
I have maintained my no-Coke-drinking progress, but there's a lot of butter getting consumed. And an occasional doughnut. And when we spend Saturday in the park the candy store with the toffee is really nearby. I ate all these things in a cheerful and worry-free manner. This was not the plan.
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