Rhode Island is caked in snow. It's quite beautiful. Snow seems to be a vague improvement on this not-always-so-beautiful little state.
Library work felt so good today. My insulin pump decided to take another stab at my well-being so the nice quiet library was such a relief ... it's so intellectual, so calculatory, so soothingly intensely relaxing, this shelving work ...
Speaking of which, I was amused by this story -http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/03/health/views/03cases.html?_r=1&scp=7&sq=homeless+man+French&st=nyt - which tells of a man apparently devoid of emotion but brimming with intellect, and who enjoyed his work shelving library books.
So last night Benjamin, Jack, and I watched "Star Trek: The Next Generation" for the first time. We love the Original Series but have never watched TNG. Well, I suppose Jack had seem some, but Benjamin and I had never watched any of it. It gave me the creeps ... it was like a soap opera and a weird, nauseous, and vaguely charming spinoff. But in "Unification" - the woman who plays Amanda Grayson - YUCK!
So now I have some books to pick up and must get back to me library thang.