Airplane reading

Last weekend, I traveled to Newport News to visit my college roommate, Jenny, and her family. My airplane reading material included the following:

  • Three issues of The Sun (February, January and December);
  • The February issue of Vanity Fair;
  • The January/February issue of Poets and Writers;
  • The copy of In Touch Weekly, with “Katie Breaks Free of Tom” on the cover, purchased at the airport because I am weak, people, I am weak, and I needed to find out if she might, oh please, oh please, be leaving Tom (alas, that is not the case); and
  • A copy of the Seed Savers Exchange 2007 catalog.

What can I say? I have a lot of interests.


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