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"Nostalgia is a seductive liar." - George Ball

Today is a little better for me though I have no wish to leave the house. Michael drove me to the food bank this morning. His company was appreciated. The pickings were slim today but I did get my favorite bread which is jalapeno pepper and cheese which is baked in to bread rounds.

Back home, I emptied the dishwasher and began filling it again. My but it's a hungry appliance! That was about as far as I got towards doing housework.

I spent most of my day with my nose in a book. I finished the last Patterson book I have at home and began the Gene Hackman (yes, it is that Gene Hackman). What a slow down to the fast paced Patterson books. I am surprised now that I am about 100 pages in I am finding the book interesting as it is set in what I think is the 1800s with a lone boy goes on a quest to avenge his deceased family. There is a girl, a judge, sheriffs, deputies and the odd assortment of people in this type of book. This is all that I will give you of the plot.

Bailey has recovered from his right sprained leg as he leaped to his crow's nest of his cat tree. Plus he has been running through the apartment like the devil is after him and he has been chirping at the birds out feed on the patio.

Michael got me out of the apartment once again to go to the post office and the pharmacy. I did suggest walking but he felt he wasn't up to it. Oh well, perhaps tomorrow.

A quiet night with not much on for the telly, although I did was a program on elephants, merekats, and one on the Imperial penguins. So I guess that isn't so bad.

mz. em

Currently reading:

-- "Payback at Morning Creek" - Gene Hackman
-- "Double Cross" - James Patterson
-- "Living, Loving & Learning" - Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.
-- "The Daily Book of Art/356 readings that teach, inspire & entertain" - day 120

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