Have a nice weekend
Since I will no doubt be stuck at home this weekend due to inclement weather–and today is a snow day–I think I will round up all the Richard Scarry books I have and see if the boy wants to take his copies home to the nursery.
The little, tiny babies won’t be home for awhile…
…but they’ll be needing books soon, right? Yeah, they will.
Meanwhile, I am going to try to enjoy staying inside and catching up on all the things that need catching up.
You know, re-organizing my office.
Putting away the Christmas stained glass which I forgot to do last weekend. Checking to see what other Christmas decorations I missed.
And tonight I’ll toast James Joyce who died on this day in 1941. It was he who said: “I confess that I do not see what good it does to fulminate against the English tyranny while the Roman tyranny occupies the palace of the soul.” [“Ireland, Island of Saints and Sages,” lecture, Università Popolare, Trieste (27 April 1907), printed in James Joyce: Occasional, Critical and Political Writing (2002)]
Have a good weekend…It’s a long one too!