Yesterday was sunny all day, so our walks were joyful. It’s sunny again today and there are lots of chores that need doing in the yard, but I’d rather be reading. I’ll see how things go.
As I wait for more Louise Penny books to arrive, I’m reading My Own Country by Abraham Verghese, the man who wrote a favourite book: Cutting for Stone. It’s a great read about his doctoring. He ran an HIV clinic in rural Virginia and he’s as good a writer as he is a doctor.
Other than that, I have naught to report. Life is just one page turn after another. However, tonight I dine with Annette. It’ll be my first experience eating in the Woodfire restaurant.