Blogging will be light over the next week or so, as I take some time off for a Christmas vacation, and time with family and friends. Early tomorrow morning, Mrs. Spook and I will put our oldest daughter and our granddaughter (a.k.a. "The Princess") on a plane, then begin our drive to the Land of Faulkner, with the World's Fattest Dog along for the ride.
Before hitting the road, I wanted to wish all of you a Merry Christmas, and a joyous and prosperous New Year. Whatever success this blog has obtained is because of your readership, and support. We're not the most popular blog out there, but we try provide commentary, news and insights you won't find anywhere else. Based on your feedback, we're providing analysis and opinion that a lot of people enjoy, and for that, we're eternally grateful.
I'll try to keep an eye on things during my travels, and may offer a post or two, as time permits. See you next week.
And Merry Christmas to you Spook family. And safe travelling.
Merry Christmas to you. Going to Misissippi? I had a hard time with Faulkner. More of a Hemingway-get-to-the-point guy. Although I have enjoyed some Flannery O'Connor.
Merry Christmas. I like reading your stuff. My wife's from the land of Faulkner, and I'll probably pass you anonymously on Rt. 78 between Memphis and Tupelo.
what knid of dog do you have?
Merry Christmas! I pray it is a safe one for all.
and a very merry christmas to you and your family. i enjoy your blog immensely and look forward to your return.
Have a good one. Love your posts on Berger. I was thinking earlier of how the FBI hounded John Lennon, [not that I hold a brief for the sometimes simple minded views of JL, but he was only forty, he might have changed and I think he was relatively harmless] it nearly seems that a sleepwalking disease has hit sectors of the US gov.
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