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Reading Matters

Fall                                                             Waning Autumn Moon Found these questions on one of my frequent reads, The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Thought they’d be interesting to answer. Q: What’s the first thing you read in the morning? The Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Q: What newspapers … Continue reading

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A Carnegie Library

Fall                                                   Waxing Autumn Moon Reading.  Alexandria, Indiana had a Carnegie library, one of those brick and limestone buildings sprinkled throughout American small towns, so ubiquitous we give them little thought.  Like the water tower they’ve always been there. Ours had … Continue reading

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Beltane                                                                              New Garlic Moon When I get interested in something, I buy books.  Not just one book, but many books.  Book buying has always been an important of my life and continues to be. Latin is a for instance.  When … Continue reading

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A Visit From the Goon Squad

Winter                                                               Waning Moon of the Winter Solstice More time with Ovid.  It went slower today, but I’m down to verse 60, at least with my rough draft translation.  Tomorrow Greg and I will go over it, give me a lesson … Continue reading

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