We came in last night, and I was just on my way to completing a wonderful book on the airplane, but as I got close to the end, I started sobbing. (I’ve got to start taking only humorous books on trips!) My husband declared he had insufficient room to climb under the seat, so I had to put aside the book to finish later. But I’ll have a review up sometime this week.
Unfortunately, the review will be difficult, because it evokes all those words that are periodically bruited as “Reviewer Cliches to Avoid” like “gripping,” “poignant,” “compelling,” “sweeping,” and “powerful.” So I’ll have to think this one over, just as soon as I stop crying.
We got a few pictures on our trip, just before some HAND appeared in the camera’s viewfinder, seeming to indicate that my picture taking days were over.
I couldn’t believe it! I still don’t know what it means! But it’s just my typical experience taking pictures, anyway. Nevertheless, here are a few, for your viewing enjoyment:
We saw plenty of deer and antelope playing on the range with the buffalo, but I had that hand in my viewfinder so I can’t share those iconic moments with you.