In with the mail this morning came a package from South Dakota, where my former teacher from 6th grade lives. I haven't talked to her, so I'm not sure what prompted the delivery of my old reading log from her class, but it's pretty hilarious. I love how matter of fact I was. One of the entries simply said, "I think this book is stupid." Haha.
Also, it appears I read the World Book Encyclopedia entry on "Time" and felt inspired to write about it. Something to think about ...
"I expected the encyclopedia to be more exact and scientific. That tells me we really don't know what time is if we can't even give it a scientific defenition. It doesn't give a defenition of time but it does tell a lot about time zones and things that we know about. I think about time in two different forms: scientific, and mysterious."