Pandemic lockdown #15: a book and a look around the neighborhood

If you don’t know Slightly Foxed, the quarterly for book lovers, the publishers of (mostly) overlooked treasures and the home of an excellent podcast, correct the error of your ways immediately.

One of my favorite reads of the pandemic is a book they published, To War with Whitaker. Just to whet your appetite–as I will have more to say about this book later–did you know that, in the Second World War, you could take your valet with you to the war?!

The weather has continued to be simply glorious. My friend Richard Lane, who lives in what is normally cold, grey, rainy England, and I agreed that this pandemic, as bad as it is, would have been totally unbearable had the weather not been gobsmackingly beautiful.

A few photos of recent walks in the neighborhood.


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2 Responses to Pandemic lockdown #15: a book and a look around the neighborhood

  1. Lynn Odom says:

    Very pastoral setting. Love the sheep. Our Spring has been much nicer than in year’s past. Today the high is 75! In June 1!

  2. Hi Faith I went to Wake Forest too! Friend of mine famous Nasal surgeon Dr. Bob Kotler has preventive procedure that could cause serious Covid19 cases to go down 50% – 90%…nasal flush with soapy water if WHO gets word out. He has been doing it for years with patients. Soap kills the Corona virus by dissolving fatty layer . Please call him you can reach Dr. Bob Kotler at # he gave below because this is so important. He is in Pacific time zone.
    office, 310 278 8722 cell : 310 927 -5724. Home landline: 818 990 4313.
    Press release with scientific evidence and sources I am also available to talk or reply to emails 404 510 6469

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