Today I was always hungry! It was weird - although I had a regular, healthy lunch; by 3:30 I was so famished I had to leave work & get the usual at Tung Kee Noodle. Just couldn't think about anything else. Plus I had a headache all day, for which I had to take not one but two of the super-strength pills the neurologist gave me (Esgic).
Long talk with L about the coming dark times. The rationality of the Yourdon article mentioned previously has convinced him. They work him too hard; various projects of home improvement are stalled (prime among them being the greenhouse). A cistern wouldn't be that hard to rig; plus a generator & wood stove would hardly be insurmountable obstacles. Reduction of level of comfort is a concern...
Churchill quote of the day:
And that'll be it for these quotes, as I've just finished the
Winston <1>. I
may "do" the next one, but it won't be for a year - I usually don't read
such heavy, dense material. This book concludes with his becoming Prime
Minister just before Dunkirk, and ends with the following line:
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<1> The Gathering Storm by Winston S. Churchill. The next volume of his six-part history of World War II is Their Finest Hour Back