12/18: walking & listening

It had been too long since I had gone to the walking track!  This afternoon I was feeling stir-crazy at home, so I went--and a bunch of other people must have been feeling the same way, because there were more folks there than usual.  It was good to move.

It was also good to be listening to something other than Therese Raquin as I walked:  I wouldn't have finished it if Kate Winslet hadn't been so interesting to listen to, but--gosh--was it a depressing slog.  (Perhaps part of its point, but not providing motivation to keep listening....)  Today I started listening to Arabella by Georgette Heyer.  It feels like a "guilty pleasure" book, but after TR I don't mind that.

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