Last Thursday the most interesting thing in the printed Vicad was a full-page ad for a barbecue joint. It told the story of a black bourgeois family in Victoria County and was a fascinating piece.
Sunday, Vince Reedy, a former editor of the paper, had a 30 column, explaining that he was being dropped for reasons of saving space, I suppose for more important things. A lot of old-time readers esteemed him. Guess the space saved will be for more writing by such as arts reporter Little Me. In a weekend piece she wrote of being "regulated to the sidelines." Think she meant "relegated." You gotta keep your clichés straight in the writing business.
We drove up to Sugar Land Sunday and bought a new iMac to replace the faltering eMac. Been struggling for a month or two with a whole mishmash of difficulties. In a few days it should be all hooked up, and, I promise, I will post more often. Computer problems just wear me out