Not that I mind, but you had to ask, didn’t you?
Well, I’m in the process of reading (as attested by bookmarkers sticking out between pages of various of my volumes), but rare are the books I’ve actually completed lately, despite skipping a post after each of the two used book sale hauls I wrote about on Nov. 30 and Feb. 5.
Nonetheless, I’ve at least gotten the books out of boxes, sorted by category, and onto newly created shelves or rearranged space on old shelves. I’m tempted to call this accomplishment half the battle, but until I carve out more reading time, the war will not be won, and the next irresistible book sale could drive me back up the wall (possibly to make more shelves). So, taking advantage of there not being a day 30 in February, I’ll not be posting again until March 5.
Meanwhile, I suppose there are more important goings on going on in the world than my problems, but that’s not my problem (and, in any case, nothing that Trump can’t fix). But I’ll let others have the last word(s):
All the problems in the United States today can be traced to an unenlightened immigration policy on the part of the American Indian. –Pat Paulsen
What a pity human beings can’t exchange problems. Everyone knows exactly how to solve the other fellow’s. –Olin Miller
The world is full of problem children, and most of them are over 21 years old. –Evan Esar
It isn’t that they can’t see the solution. It is that they can’t see the problem. –G.K. Chesterton
The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent full of doubt. –Bertrand Russell
Worry is the interest paid by those who borrow trouble. –George Washington
Men have more problems than women; for one thing, they have to put up with women. –Françoise Sagan
NOTE: This is being posted a day ahead of schedule due to predicted severe weather in the area tonight with possible outages.