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The book I refuse to return to the library even though it’s late

Ok, yes.  The guilt is eating at my soul.  I am willingly hanging on to this late library book because I *must* finish it.  What is it, you ask? 


Do I have french homework due in 6 hours?

Of course. 

Do I have a sculpture duct taped to my kitchen floor waiting for me to slather plaster on it for the umpteenth time before painting it and turning it in to my 3D class on Tuesday?

Of course.   

And what am I doing? 

Blogging.  Practicing learning music notes on the grand staff.  Eating green beans.  Watching the cat have a hissy-fit full-speed run back into the apartment with a fluffed up tail.  Some leaf or wooden fence post  must have looked at her.  She’s jumpy like that. 


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In the Stacks

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One of the many things I do regularly is read like a fiend.  I can’t help myself.  I have more general curiosity than your average tabby and the library is one of my favorite things on earth.  Free books, all you can read.  Nuff Said.  Here’s what’s on the top of the stack at the moment:

The New American Bible

The 4 hour work week by Timothy Ferris

Ignore Everybody and 39 other keys to Creativity by Hugh MacLeod


I’m not letting myself open another book, no matter how tempting, until I finish these last two.  The first is on constant rotation and never leaves the stack. 

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