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Damn. I was going to get so much done today. All I managed was:

1. Learning that my hair is wash and go. A little more put together with the application of hot air, but perfectly acceptable as is. Thank you, Kim.

2. An oil change.

3. The washing of several dishes.

4. The purchase of broccoli, unsweetened baking chocolate, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, pickle relish, and eggs.

5. The baking of brownies, inspired by this recipe but using the one on the back of the chocolate box because I neglected to purchase cream cheese. But, inspiration all the same.

6. A nectarine/frozen blueberry/mango sauce/yogurt smoothie and an egg salad sandwich.

What happened to that walk I was going to take? And cleaning my room? And writing? Eep.

From Kurt Vonnegut, via USA Today, Bookslut, and bookshelves of doom:

Music (especially the blues) cheers him, as do people who behave decently. Librarians, too — “not famous for their physical strength” — who resist having books removed from shelves and refuse to give names of people who have checked out certain books in the era of the Patriot Act.

“The America I loved,” he writes, “still exists in the front desks of public libraries.”

I don’t think I have anything to add to that.

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