Tuesday, November 21, 2006

"Michigan Seems Like a Dream"

In the next couple of hours, we'll be leaving for Michigan. I'll be driving through the night. We covet your prayers - especially for our safety and my wakefulness - two sides of the same coin I suppose. I have David Sedaris's Me Talk Pretty One Day, which I'm looking forward to. If the library is still open on the way out, I may stop and look again sans children. It's easier finding something when you're not chasing and shushing a toddler and a yellow-haired child. (I had also picked up Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything, but one of the tapes is broken. Nice. This is why you put these things on CD.)

I'll see you on the other side.


Dan said...

Have you reached the other side?

It was great seeing you over Thanksgiving!

Write man, write!

Sherry C said...

Oh Brother, where art thou?

alison said...

I have tried to comment at least twice and your blog keeps eating them.

Just ditto-ing the above and concerned that the Raccoon is running loose.