An attempt to recreate the past
2007-06-14 - 3:36 p.m.
I wrote an entry, and diaryland ate it.
Maybe it will show up -- that's happened before.
Well, it was a list about the last day of school.
N wants to go to Santa Cruz tomorrow night to stay over with the aunt of a friend I don't really know.
So it seems unlikely.
But anyway, today after finals they both headed off to bodies of water -- N to the beach and M to the pool.
Which sounds very tempting, as it is pretty hot here today.
And it seems like Spain might just work for N this summer.
And Massachusetts for the rest of us, with the slightest chance of a foray up to New Hampshire by way of Rhode Island ...
Oh, and I think I wanted to point out that Deborah Eisenberg's Return of the Superheroes is possibly better than I'd thought at first.
And, this is new -- I've been reading more Swedish police procedurals, and Asa Larsson is good.
And, futher newness -- it's interesting how in books where magical things exist -- Harry Potter, but also in Diana Wynne Jones -- the magical worlds are pretty archaic. It makes sense -- no need to invest airplanes if you've got magic carpets. But I wonder if it satisfies two different urges -- the archaic urge and the inventing urge. I think that it does.
All right -- now I'm going to head off and get a ton of stuff done. It's going to be amazing.
N seems a little funny lately -- Her friend E was remarking on it, too --
design by simplify.