Monday, June 1, 2015

No one there to hear

After a ten day vacation that wasn't a vacation because all I was doing was complicated and difficult remodeling work on our very small house, I returned to work.

Yes, ten days working, and I returned at work at the library.

"Hi." I said.

"Hi" People said. "You're back."

"Yes." I said.

Then I caught up on all the happenings at the library over the past week and a half.

"What happened while I was gone?" I asked.

"Nothing." People replied.

And I was all caught up.

But of course plenty happened while I was gone.

It was ten solid days of trees falling in a forest. Only, I wasn't there to report them.


  1. I'm thinking some books were checked out.

    1. Who can say? I depends upon your philosophical point of view.


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