Monday, October 27, 2008

Inertia

I haven’t had a lot to do lately. That’s due largely to the hole in my leg with the surgical tube stuck in it. In the last week and a half or so, I’ve watched a lot of TV, mostly Smallville and CSI reruns. I’ve avoided the news, since all they talk about is politics and frankly, that makes me want to projectile vomit. That’s another rant, or maybe this one. I’ll figure it out as I go.

Most of what I’ve done this past week is read. The list:

The Pure In Heart, by Susan Hill: 370 pages
The Given Day, by Dennis Lehane: 702 pages
Anathem, by Neal Stephenson: 890 pages

All very good books, though if you haven’t read Stephenson, don’t start with Anathem. You may go crazy.

If I haven’t been reading, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking. About work, next year’s race season, politics (much to my nauseated dismay), the economy, you name it. I’ve had a lot of time on my hands.

I’m not entirely sure what this post is supposed to be about. I certainly didn’t start it with any objective in mind. Do I want to talk about something serious? Do I want to rant about politics and the upcoming election? Do I want to air some personal baggage?

Not really.

Is this what happens when nothing is happening?

2 comments:

Ben said...

glad to see you're up. now get better soon so you're mobile - Snowboarding season is almost here.

tinaparker87 said...

makes us laugh and not serious stuff...