無口か無想

by Carson Reynolds

It would seem that I have little to say or perhaps little time in which to say it. Yoshiko and I busily fill the moments planning a wedding party for each of our countries.

I briefly visited Melbourne and the southern hemisphere for the first time. I also had the pleasure of spending a week in Rome and eating the best meal in memory with Mike Manchester. Just a few days later Cathy and David (his parents) visited Tokyo on their way to Korea.

Having not finished my last set of books I somehow started and finished Mitchell’s Black Swan Green. Nabokov’s Pale Fire and Stewart’s Concepts of Modern Mathematics also crept their way onto the stack. My eyes hunger but my concentration suffers.

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