I’ll be going to and fro in the earth and walking up and down in it, and all the travel may make my blogging somewhat erratic. Or maybe it it won’t. Stay tuned and see.
I think so, Brain … but if it’s a muslim ban, why include North Korea?
I think so, Brain … but does Amtrak still have smoking cars?
I think so, Brain … but shouldn’t the gates of Hell be redesigned based on lessons learned from the TSA?
I think so, Brain … did the airport seem crowded to you yesterday?
I think so, Brain … but isn’t the shortest distance between two points is usually under construction?
I’m traveling for the next few days doing research. Blogging may be light.
I arrived back in Westminster at 3 am this morning. Yesterday was filled with errands in Nashville (my home town), lunch in Murfreesboro with my brother and niece, and roughly 1,000 miles of driving. I’m going back to sleep in a few minutes …
After a week of intense classes in the DFW area, I’m on the road back to Maryland, resting tonight a few miles east of Memphis.
It’s 819 miles from Westminster, Maryland, to Jackson, Tennessee, and that’s enough for one day.