greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,

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Overcast, but at least the trees are green now. Currently, it's 61˚F.

Yesterday, more frustration, as I tried to finish Chapter 4 of The Tindalos Asset, but made precious little progress. A few hundred words and more rewriting. I have to set it aside again and go back to work on "The Eldritch Alphabētos" for Sirenia Digest 148. But even that has to wait until Sunday, as Kathryn and I need to get away from the house for a couple of days. I feel like I've been shut up in here since last summer, despite the (short) trip back in February.

Today, I have to be at the Hay at 2 p.m. to retrieve materials I loaned the library for the exhibits back in the summer and autumn and also to delivers another batch of my papers, possibly the last before the move.


I sincerely hope that reports that far-left politics are taking control of the Democratic Party are mistaken, as I have no more use for a far-left Democratic Party than I have for a far-right Republican Party. I have no need of extremists on either side, and I cannot stand beside the Democrats if that's what happening. I have been faithful to the DNC since 1984, but will heretofore be seeking centrist candidates, wherever they may be.


Last night, Kathryn and I watched Harold S. Bucquet's Without Love (1945), the only Tracy-Hepburn film I'd never seen. And one with Lucille Ball, at that.

Aunt Beast

3:25 p.m.
Tags: 1984, brown university, cold spring, democratic party, extremism, john hay library, katharine hepburn, lucille ball, moving, politics, quahogs, shut in, sirenia digest, spencer tracy, the eldritch alphabetos, the tindalos asset, things on walls

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