Take me now, Lucifer!
Fire and brimstone, ridiculous action movies, The Simpsons (the tv show and the sisters), lazy lounging people, ignorance, the end of the world… Ok, you get the picture.
Yesterday I got a taste of boredom, YES, boredom. And it was awful. Please refer to my blog post on 10/16.
My son, Elliott, left, has a saying: “The best movies come from books, but the best books would make bad movies.” His theory is that the best literature is quiet, slow to reveal itself, and wholly absent of car chases.
I have a saying: “Read books.” But maybe I should amend it to: “Take care of your eyes so you can always read books.”
Yesterday, after working on my upcoming novel (Left On Blue) for five hours, I had my annual eye exam. (I still don’t need reading glasses. Thank you, mom.) But they had to dilate my eyes, which left me unable to read for the rest of the afternoon. And, on top of that, there were NO good new movies out yesterday. (Surely you know by now we’re big movie buffs, my husband and I.) I was dumbstruck. Thank the digital gods that my husband had two episodes of Law & Order recorded for us to watch, otherwise who knows what we would have done… certainly nothing I could report here.
Perhaps the Boys Scouts said it best: “Be prepared; buy books on tape.”