All work

makes one a dull person, or so they say. So, along with work, work, work…

Recently read: An Uncertain Place and The Ghost Riders of Ordebec by Fred Vargas.  What can I say about the Adamsberg series except that they are seriously weird and wonderfully entertaining. Or, as Adamsberg might say, “Plog.”  A Dark Redemption and Eleven Days by Stav Sherez are dynamic and compelling reading.

Listening: Geoffrey Oryema, Exile.

Recently watched: Hector and the Search for Happiness. On the sappy and silly side, but that’s okay.

Also, with Rick, took the dogs on a small walkabout, looked at all the beautiful flowers and such (Daisies, Peonies, and Sweetbriar!) Now, back to work!

WorkWorkWork

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2 thoughts on “All work

  1. I like the sound of “plog”. Seems like it should enter the broader lexicon, in the same way as “grok”

  2. I agree. I like the sound of it as well, and as Adamsberg explains, plog is like a drop of truth falling to earth, and it falls in exactly the right spot. That’s easily as good as grok.

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