I was sitting in our home office the other day, trying to figure out what I might write about, when I saw it: a paperback copy of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon. Someone – I remember who – lent it to me three or four or five years ago. She figured since I used to work at a comic book store, and used to read comic books, I would enjoy it. She gave me the book to read, and I got to about page 59, but never got any further, and never got back to it.
Now I have this book that I haven’t read and have had in my possession way too long. I feel that I OUGHT to read it before I return it.
There is this coffee table version of a book called Baseball by Ken Burns that came with 10 VCR tapes. Continue reading That "lender or borrow be" thing