An American car
It has been rainy here. It is messy but we really need it. Like many areas of the country we have been HOT & DRY for a long time (30+ days).
When you can, on days like this, do you read? As my wife says, “Curl up with a good book?” I have been doing that. I have found the 99 cent westerns on Amazon, and devouring them. I have been reading up to 2AM.
Sherry has always read, I started serious reading for enjoyment in my late 50s. Since then I have read thousands of books. Mostly novels and I have so many authors I enjoy that I can’t begin to name them. Among the top are Grissom and Clancy.
All writers are ‘wordy’, but some are consistent at detailed information of clothes and facial expressions. IMO it is important at times, but NOT for each character. Readers put faces to characters, it is imagination, and to me makes reading more interesting.
I usually have a thought that produces my blog entries, but for the life of me, I cannot remember why I started off along this line. :-O
Anyone familiar with the term 'cheap milk', what is it considered in England/Ireland? My mama had a name for the milk left after she skimmed the cream, but I cannot remember what it was. But I think that must be 'cheap milk.' ?????