Sunday, December 26, 2010

New Beginnings Follow Endings

The new year, 2011 C.E. is steadily approaching.

Since New Year's Day is a recognized time for new beginnings, for resolutions and such, I thought that I might resolve to improve my blog entries -- to upgrade, to clothe the contents in higher quality raiment.


I don't know. Just seems to be a noble venture.

But New Year's Day is not until next week, of course.

So . . .

The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy is tough slogging for me, and I am not enjoying it. But I feel that I can learn something valuable from reading it. The story can be read FREE of charge online.


I just recently read an old poem, Elegy in a Country Church-Yard by Thomas Gray.

Want to read it? Click here.


Blogger would not allow me to insert a profane image here, because of some HTML technicality. But that's okay. It was pretty lame anyway. Here is a better one.

Honey Baked Ham



Cedric opening his Christmas gift

(It's a toy bone)


"Belief is a shortcut the brain uses to speed up data transfer"

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