Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Tuesday Sift

This is shaping up to be a busy week and I'm not getting much blogging done, it seems.  Yesterday was non-stop all day long; I finally sat down, literally, for the first time at 6:15 p.m.

Today I've been designated to give the PLAN test which means no planning period and no break all day.

Tomorrow looks wicked as well.

Oh well.  Life rocks on.  I'm 2/3 of the way through the Laura Bush book and I guess Decision Points will arrive in the mail in a day or two; however fast Amazon feels like getting it here.

I got an email from Milly Rose inviting Steve and I to her Christmas Open House at the shop Sunday; we'll definitely be doing that!  Pictures, of course, will follow.  Highland Jazz & Blues Festival Saturday. 

A quick sift of the news makes me wish I had time to fisk Richard  Cohen's column today in the Washington Post.  How ridiculous he is.  I bet he has a Michael Moore poster over his bed.

Aaron Goldstein has some interesting observations about the "jihad" question everyone is talking about this morning; or rather the response to the jihad question.  Goldstein has some questions of his own.

Stephen F. Hayes has a great profile of Marco Rubio.

I've got to run.  Testing awaits.  Happy Tuesday.

1 comment:

The Vegas Art Guy said...

Let me know how both of those books are.