Normally I’d take this aspirational reading pile on the train to my sister’s place this weekend. Infants and books are incompatible, though, and I’m going there to help out, not laze around, for a change.
Alison Bechdel’s Are You My Mother? arrived today. Even though I have some work left to do before bed, I suspect I’ll finish reading it before I sleep tonight.
Something about the way I set the book down on the bed just now must have alerted the cat that it’s going to be a late night. She sniffed and swatted at it and then turned her back.
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