The weather’s not so bad. I returned my book about Daniel Boone to the public library (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh) and checked out a book about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
For some reason I lost interest in the book about Daniel Boone. I’m still reading the book about Winston Churchill.
Why do I checkout all these books from the public library and read them as if I was still a graduate student at Pitt?
A writer has to feed the mind.
Like I said, the weather was alright. It was around 30 degrees and sunny. The public library was open, but the campus of the University of Pittsburgh was empty.
I guess the students are on holiday and won’t be back until Sunday or Monday.