The Respite Gives Way to the Real

Back in Louisville now after vacationing a few days in the south of that southern penninsula of a state. My wife and I had a good, restful time in the area surrounding Naples, FL—as well as a good rest from blogging.

I got to plunge headlong into David McCullough’s John Adams, which is just the book to read in the weeks before Independence Day. This could turn out to be the best biography I’ve ever read. I also started Philip Roth’s The Human Stain, because as we all know, one just can’t take a nice hardback like John Adams onto the beach with all that sand and water. Anyway, I’ll resume posting soon. Respite is always a blessing, however brief. It helps one enjoy the real world all the more.

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