With that in mind, here’s the dry-as-a-bone news of the week.
I finally (FINALLY) got around to putting up new content PDFs. They are from stories published in ION since October 2006. Read at your leisure.
Otherwise, there’s little to report. I’m home again, working on the next issue of ION, trying to focus on a few freelance stories, and blogging on BR. The weather here is crazy, but not as crazy as the Torontonians made it out to be. I mean, it’s coldish and snowy (for Vancouver) but not exactly insane. This morning I didn’t need to button my coat or anything.
Let’s see … what else? I’m reading a new book. My father and brother-in-law and sister recommended it. It’s called Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures. (There’s more info about it on the booklog page.) So far, I’m not terribly impressed. I’m finding it sort of boring and a bit too sympathetic to the plight of young doctors and medical students. I mean, being a doctor is hard. I get it. I’m related to it. But author Vincent Lam is being a bit of a whiner in this book, if you ask me. Which you didn’t.
Something occurred to me today. I didn’t make any resolutions this year. Not a one. Didn’t even think about it. What do you suppose that means? I’m pretty sure it means I’m perfect, just as I am.
(It does, right?)