Judy Blume has arranged a big one for Books & Books tonight. Kay Redford Jamison discussing her newest book: Robert Lowell, Setting The River On Fire.
A rather unique presentation. The famed poet Robert Lowell was bipolar. Jamison is bipolar. As well as being Professor of Psychiatry at John Hopkins.
Six tonight for a most interesting discussion.
After Jameson, I will be off to Donna and Terri’s. Donna cooking. Her famous pot roast. Juicy and tender.
Yesterday another lazy one. A bug must have recently bitten me.
I did get out of the house. Drove up to No Name Pub for lunch. Love the place!
Later in the afternoon, watched North Carolina/Kentucky. A game! North Carolina won by 3. Great basketball. Kentucky on its way to the Final Four.
Oregon a part this year of the Final Four, also.
March Madness had its birth this day in 1939. The first NCAA Tournament. Oregon beat Ohio State.
It was doubtful Oregon would make the Final Four this year. Congratulations to them.
Russia experienced 99 separate protests over the weekend. In its cities and towns. Unusual. Especially against Putin. Putin does not tolerate opposition. Several opposing political leaders have died under strange circumstances the past two years. Their deaths thought to be Putin ordered.
Now street protests. Will Putin call out the tanks as the Soviet Union did in Hungary in the 1950’s?
Is Russia experiencing an Arab Spring as Egypt did?
My gut tells me Trump has an involvement. I suspect the negative Trump/Russia dialogue in the U.S. is working against Trump in Russia.
Hemingway left his mark on Key West. For which we are all glad.
Many the words he wrote or spoke became memorable quotes. One I especially enjoy involves love: Stop chasing the wrong one, the right one won’t run.
Words of wisdom!
On this day in 1998, the band played and the drums roared. The FDA approved Viagra. The first oral medication to treat erectile dysfunction.
Harry Truman again. Never forget, Truman loved Key West and Key West loves Harry Truman.
Truman spent 175 days over 11 trips enjoying Key West. On this date in 1952, Truman left Key West for Washington following a three week vacation.
Enjoy your day!