Point to Ponder

It is that time of year again. For two weeks I will be spending the majority of my time (weather permitting) sitting on the beach with a book. More than one book – I hope to get through at least ten in 14 days.

In order to do that I need to concentrate, stay focused and not allow myself to be distracted. Hopefully I will be able to do that, but if something world-shattering happens that I just must comment on, then I will have to find an internet connection. Barring that, I am going to set up some automatic posts, just so you know I haven’t forgotten you.

Since I am going to be reading, I thought it appropriate to share a different picture each day (worth a thousand words after all), something related to reading, books or language. When you see them you know that I am enjoying myself. And if it rains for the two weeks I’ll still be reading, just not on the beach.  

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One comment

  1. Neil Abramson · · Reply

    Of course we can’t be sure the dinosaurs weren’t sitting on the beach 65 million years ago reading big books. There are many “dinosaurs” sitting reading these days, assuming they’re open to others’ opinions, not that I’m implying you are one, though I think some think I may be one.
    Anyway, the point is that just because they haven’t found fossilized dinosaur books doesn’t prove the point. They only just recently found fossilized dinosaur skin to prove they had scales.
    It’s a bit like the WMDs they never found in Iraq. If you can’t find them there’s always doubt and you can’t prove they never existed.

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