Bradbury Program Night #242

Hello, all.

I know that most of you probably do not give a damn about whether or not some college dude in California reads everyday or not, but for those who have been “liking” my daily reading posts I feel that I should apologize for taking so long to get back into this. Theoretically I should start over from Day 1 so as to be able to try and read three works of literature a day consecutively, but since I have surpassed 240 days I figured it would be best to just pick up where I left off and keep plugging away at it.

So that’s what I’m going to do!

Short Story: “Old Indian Trick” by Craig Johnson

Poem: “The Year of What Now” by Brian Russell

Essay: “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift

Mental (and Physical) Health Week

I know haven’t been posting my daily readings the last few days, and that’s because I recently got back from presenting at a conference in Vegas and the amount of school work and climate change that awaited me kicked my ass.

As such, while I am making sure to read daily, I am taking a short breather the blogosphere and structured reading in order to wake up a little bit and regain some energy. I should be back to posting by the end of the weekend.

Hey, Ray Bradbury took breaks now and again. He even made it a point to take weekends off from writing to spend time with family.

I’m sure he won’t judge.