Today I are mainly - Grin with cat attached
|Today I are mainly||Jul. 2nd, 2006 05:43 pm|
Sitting in the lounge (well, stretched out on the sofa) reading "The strange rebirth of Liberal England". Even with the aircon it's not cool; it's hovering around 26 but it's definitely topped 32 in the rest of the flat, so I'm quite happy with the result.|
I've also managed to clear away the backlog of washing up and laundry, so it's not been an entirely lazy day - although the paperwork remains untackled.
I'm now contemplating the next attack on my "to read" list, which is actually quite scary. From where I sit, I can see the following unread non-fiction:
The Rise and Fall of the Third Chimpanzee
Ralph Waldo Emerson: Selected Writings
Britain Unwrapped: Government and Constitution Explained
Europe: A History
Take it Personally
Another World Is Possible If...
The Blank Slate
Kuhn: The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
A Theory of Justice
The War We Could Not Win
The Cunning of Unreason
Godel, Escher, Bach (part-read)
John Stuart Mills: Essays
And that's the *little* bookshelf.
Oh, and I could say what Amazon emailed me to recommend this morning, but I'd have to put that in a filtered post. Suffice it to say, "eeek!".