By the time I was in grade school, my mother, my grandmother, and my older brother, were already leaving the house early in the morning, the first two to their factories, my brother to high school. So I learned early how to get along by myself. I made my own breakfast and lunch, read lots (no kids books, though), wandered the woods that surrounded our house, watching birds, learning the names of trees and flowers. I had a grand time. And, as Oscar Wilde said, "to fall in love with oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance."
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
… books are companions: Beyond Eastrod : A guide to distraction for those of us who need to think about something other than the apocalypse.