Good night, Sunday…

As days go, you have been another good one, I am happy to say. Social contact out in the real world was friendly, and I moved through the Internet world without breaking anything and without becoming overly annoying (I hope). Chores were handled smoothly and efficiently. And all of this under high-pollen conditions. Thank God for Zyrtec, I say.

Now Sunday, if you can bring me as much sleep as last night, and as entertaining a dream, that will be just peachy. Okay? Okay.

Turning to audiobooks now…

… I’ve started a scary one, The Thing From the Lake. This being the pre-Halloween month, it only seems right to start with a book like this one. Eleanor Ingram is a new author for me, and I found her book listed in the horror audiobook section at Podbean a few minutes ago. This is a free Librivox reading of the book and so far I’m liking it.

As reading becomes more tedious for me, even on a Kindle where I make the font really large, I’ll probably be doing the audiobook thing with some regularity. The eyes are definitely crapping out, but there’s nothing wrong with my ears. We’ll see how this works.


As I move through the day’s chores, there’s a question shadowing me: is it time to give podcasting another try?

As my eyesight continues to fail, reading anything on a computer screen (or on anything else) is becoming more of a chore.

I’ve dabbled with podcasting in the past but have never stuck with it. These days there’s all kinds of software and services designed to make it easier, so… maybe. I’m thinking about it.