Truth

Truth, which is simple and one, does not admit of variety.
Pope Leo I

A good thing, too, for I can wrap my iddy-biddy bwain only around that which is simple and devoid of variety.

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An uncharacteristically bright, sunshiny, not-soggy day here in the Pacific Northwest; hard to pick from the list of things to do. So, while I am trying to decide how to spend this glorious day, I think I will curl up with Barbara Tuchman’s “A Distant Mirror.”

I should probably educate myself a whole lot more on this technology that I am using (or, in my ignorance, abusing). Yeah, that would be a good thing.

Well, the book won. Bye!

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