Last night, although I was tired,
I decided to watch the hockey game.
The Habs have been on a loosing streak,
so I figured I might get bummed.
Oh me of little faith!
With a little over two minutes to go,
they tied the game,
against The Bruins,
OK, I know some of you are thinking,
hockey, opera, … what’s next?
You know girls,
BB is a complexe woman,
more than one thing going on.
We will now desist from using the royal we,
and recount our library visit.
I enjoyed my recent reads.
The Tenants and Brideshead Revisited,
I figured I would only pick up a few,
on today’s library visit,
since I’m waiting on,
The Price Of Salt and Parnassus on Wheels,
both on reserve.
For some time,
I have been wanting to explore some of the,
New York Review Books Classics.
Thomas at, My Porch,
an excellent book blog,
enjoyed Stoner by John Williams.
I trust Thomas’ taste.
It is the story of William Stoner,
bet you thought it was about pot smokers, huh?
a midwestern farmer’s son,
who falls in love with literature,
while studying agriculture,
at the University Of Missouri.
The second book I took out,
is The Library Of America’s,
Willa Cather: Later Novels,
it includes The Professor’s House,
also a Thomas favourite,
it will be an all Midwestern week here at,