...a Western form of meditation."
So says my neighbor, Ann Ehringhaus. And I think she is correct.
I have been laid up with a major head cold for several days now. Don't want to do much more than sleep and read. I will be back at my blog soon.
I have read five books (actually I'm still reading two of them) in the last few days, though -- The Master Butcher's Singing Club, She, The Good News Club, Ocracoke Between the Storms, & An Anthropologist on Mars.
And I've learned three new words (all from An Anthropologist on Mars): hebetude, apocope, and chthonic (I had encountered this one before, but couldn't remember the definition). So, I am resting and learning. It could be worse.
Our latest Ocracoke Newsletter is a video of Philip Howard telling the story of the 1861 wreck of the Black Squall. You can watch it here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news032113.htm.