OYSTERHOOD is reclusiveness or solitude, or an overwhelming desire to stay at home.
A scatterbrain kind of day despite an unusually restful night and a morning with Meditative Story – an episode with David Duchovny, who, it appears, is also a novelist. In the past, I loved fiction written by Ethan Hawks, Carrie Fisher and James Franco. I hope to add Duchovny to the list. Time for another visit to the Book Lounge to order some books.
Today, I confused the time of a meeting, forgot a promise I made, wanted to reply to an email I’d already answered on Wednesday – and so it went on, BUT, in the end, all was well and a lot got done.
Salieri and I did not have an ideal day. Special diets have never worked for either of us, so I shouldn’t be surprised that we are both struggling to adapt. Big sigh. We hope for a better day tomorrow.
My love and I are trying out new foods/dishes with more success and tonight’s dinner was purely vegetarian. But tomorrow night we return to a favourite restaurant. Table booked and I can’t wait.
Together with Michael King and Masande Ntshanga, I recently spoke to Nancy Richards about sixty years of Contrast/New Contrast and the future of the magazine. You can listen to the BooksStoriesPeople episode here: “MICHAEL KING, KARINA SZCZUREK & MASANDE NTSHANGA – By complete Contrast”
Be kind. Wear a mask. Support local.
“Physical distancing remains one of the key strategies to curb this pandemic.”