At a loss

Actually 3 losses.
Well associated with 3 losses, only at 2.
And for you numerologists out there, they all had a 2-1 in common.

Real Salt Lake 2 – Sounders 1
Aqua Sox 8 – Islanders 4 (Smoky division of the Puget Sound Senior Baseball League)
Royals 4 – Mariners 2

And yet, my day was not all sports.

I finished the book I was reading, “West of Here,” by Jonathan Evison.
Sister Jane gave me this, an advance reading copy no less.
I have seen it in the windows of book stores around this city.
The story takes place in two times, on the Olympic Peninsula.

It did grab my interest, and I now have to figure out what book I am going to carry with me next.

3 Responses to “At a loss”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Bah, too many losses! What kind of books do you like? I read mainly mysteries but have been known to try out other genres too.

    • raincharm Says:

      Mysteries are probably my favorite read, especially on plane trips.. My son introduced me to his favorite writer, Terry Pratchett, several years ago, and I have read his fantasy/other world books. They are very witty. Another of my favorites is, “Good Omens”, by Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.

  2. regenaxe Says:

    I read “South of Superior” this summer, and would lend you my copy, except I don’t know who has it now. I also re-read Irene Hill’s, “Ursula, Under” after Dad checked it out of the Sault library for me. The librarian I talked to apparently hadn’t read it, b/c I mentioned that one of the characters in the novel worked in the Sault library. I also just finished “New York, the Novel” by Ernest Rutherford, after peeking into Dad’s library book at the cabin. I now have “London, the Novel” to read next.

    P.S. I hope you have great weather and great turn-out for your Breast Cancer Walk. Thank you and Carl for volunteering!

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