The reason it took an entire week to read this book is because I have been going back to the gym every day after work, and it wears me out. By 8:30, I can barely keep my eyes open and all I can think of is crawling under my wonderful electric blanket and reading my book until I conk. Usually all I have time for after my work out is fixing a quick bite to eat and obliterate Aaron in a quick game of chess before I am the typical cliche - curled up in bed with a good book.
The Rice's don't have anything exciting to report back. Aaron is back in school and back to staying up into the wee hours reading. Every now and then, if I am lucky, I get to be lectured by Aaron about a wide variety of issues, including liberty, economics, political strategies, public policy, and social issues. The highlight was when Aaron made me sit at the kitchen table with him while he "Wikepedia'd" Barry Goldwater. Yes, we had an extensive discussion about the senator and how he reformed the Republican Party, and no, I did not say one word. I cleaned the entire house with Aaron Rice in my shadow who felt the need to follow me room to room and continue this discussion. Ah, the joys of being married to a nerd.
I wish I had something exciting to blog about, but this is not the case. And rather than ramble on as I usually do, I will cut this short. Bill O'Reilly doesn't wait for me to finish blogging to start his show. He will most definitely read the doozy of the e-mail I wrote about the inauguration on the air tonight. I am under the secret pen name "Anne from Mississippi" because I didn't want him to see "Kelly from Oxford" and toss it in the trash for frequent annoyance. Until next time.