A Book, A Sunset and A Pair Of Slippers: Good Things From January

Actually, the title to this essay is incomplete, because the best thing of all from January was the departure from the presidency of lying-through-his-teeth, seditious Donald Trump. Faithful readers of this publication are aware that I despise Trump. He’s a poisoner of minds. I’m far, far from alone in being able to breathe normally now that he’s not in the White House.

But that’s enough about Trump. Let’s move on to a book I read in January that I think is awfully close to being great. It’s a slim volume too, a proper length for a reader whose attention span these days often is measured in nanoseconds. Namely, me. Flight is the novel’s name and Sherman Alexie is its creator. It follows the doings of a teen who calls himself Zits, a painful nod to the pimples that cover his face unmercifully. Zits has been dealt a pitiful hand. His American Indian father abandoned the family when he was born. And his mother, a white woman, died when Zits, an only child, was six. His life since then has been a revolving door of foster homes and youth facilities. Opening in the early 2000s in Seattle, Washington, and narrated by Zits, Flight drew me in from the get-go.

Zits is smart and funny, but exceedingly anti-social too. Basically, he’s lost. Love doesn’t factor into his life. He has no friends. A career path isn’t in sight. And he feels the pull of, but is disconnected from, his indigenous roots. He knows all of this, and possibly is open to his plight taking upward directions. However, how might such ever occur?

One day, strange business begins happening to Zits. From out of the blue he becomes a time traveler, tossed by forces unknown and unseen into the bodies of others whose circumstances make Zits examine his American Indian heritage and the ways in which American Indians have interacted with, and been treated by, the USA’s white population. On one of his journeys into the past, for instance, Zits uneasily faces complicated moral issues at the Battle Of The Little Big Horn, a gruesome confrontation, in 1876, between Native Americans and the U.S. military.

Loneliness and anger have defined Zits for many of his days. But his surreal experiences, affecting him deeply, widen his perspectives and loosen his emotions. Those experiences affected me deeply too. As did the book’s entirety. Flight felt authentic to me, including the time-travelling episodes. The dialog sparkles throughout Flight, and Zits’ thoughts and observations are sharp and alive, not wobbling for even a moment. Alexie can write. Alexie, by the way, grew up on an Indian reservation in the state of Washington. He left the reservation years ago, and has become a well-known author. The position of  American Indians in society is an ongoing theme in his works.

Is there a way to segue gracefully from Sherman Alexie to a sunset? Shit, I ain’t even going to try. Sunsets . . . man, I hardly can believe how often I’ve written about them on these pages. And I think it will be a while before I’m sunset-ed out.

My previous opus contains a few words about a magnificent sunset that I caught in December 2020. I viewed it while walking around my neighborhood. During that walk I realized that the finest spot to gaze at the setting Sun in my hood is from a corner half a block from my house. That corner provides as open a view of the western horizon as you can get in my town (I live near Philadelphia). It had taken me a mere 15 and three-quarters years of home ownership to make that discovery!

Anyway, since the eureka moment arrived I’ve moseyed to that corner a number of times to watch the Sun do its thing. And on the second of January I hit the jackpot. Most sunsets in my locale are good but not great. But as the skies darkened on the date in question, what had been a pleasant sunset transformed miraculously. Fiery oranges exploded beneath blues and greys that were not to be played with. Pale yellow shards seethed. I knew without a doubt that I was in the right place at the right time.

From sunsets to slippers? Sure, why not? For the past five or so years I was the owner of a navy blue pair of slippers that did their job just fine. Until 2019, that is, when they decided that they enjoyed sliding off my feet when I strode up and down stairs. I began to dislike them at that point, and got really sick of the f*ckers when the sole of the right-foot slipper opted to decompose, in no time developing a hole big enough to stick a corn cob through. But, lazy as I am, I hung on to the siblings rather than purchase replacements.

Finally, though, enough became enough. Last month I scouted out slippers on the internet, and bought a pair that appeared to meet my modest requirements. When they arrived at my front door I deposited the crappy ones in the trash. I adore my new slippers so far. They are comfortable, fit nice and snugly, and look damn good too. Yeah, I’m in slippers heaven. Out with the old and in with the new! Hey, that’s not always a top-notch idea, but this time it was.

(Please don’t be shy about adding your comments. Mucho gracias.)

108 thoughts on “A Book, A Sunset and A Pair Of Slippers: Good Things From January

  1. George February 11, 2021 / 12:56 am

    As a slipperless man, you have induced slipper-envy in me! I was basking in a warm feeling of contentment: Trump gone; a book that sounds like an astounding read; and an edifying sunset; all was well with the world, then suddenly you induce the disquieting notion that something significant is missing in my life!

    “What’s the problem, George?” I hear you say. “You will have to buy the book, why not buy a pair of slippers too?”

    Well, I’ve always been proudly barefoot around the house. It was a side of the fence I had hitherto firmly embraced. Now you have me questioning my life choices 🙂

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  2. Lynette d'Arty-Cross February 11, 2021 / 1:11 am

    I love Sherman Alexi’s books. He is a very gifted writer.

    The departed Trump? Congratulations on taking out the trash. 🙂

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  3. Platypus Man February 11, 2021 / 4:06 am

    This is a great post, and I can relate to many of its themes…I too like a good, thoughtful read and think I’d enjoy and benefit from read reading “Flight”, I too was plagued by zits as a teenager (my classmates called me “Spot,” and would sometimes greet me with a cry of “Spot the loony” as I entered the room), I too have recently discovered (thanks to the UK’s Covid restrictions) places and vistas within walking distance of my house that I’ve been unaware of for decades, I too have a new, comfortable pair of slippers! But most of all I can relate to your first paragraph…well said, my friend.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 11:29 am

      You know, a couple of weeks ago I was walking in a part of my town that’s about half a mile from my house. There’s an ice skating facility there that I’d never noticed before.

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  4. Paddy Tobin February 11, 2021 / 5:23 am

    It is, perhaps, that as the body ages there is a clear and undeniable need for slippers. I have been, like George above, a barefoot about the house man and have always found that a comfortable manner of living. However – the old age bit is coming now – I have found recently that the skin on my heels has become very dry, even to the point of splitting and, encouraged by my darling wife, have taken to wearing slippers. Now, she obviously could have had a career in the diplomatic service, for she didn’t push me immediately to real slippers – you know those tartan design canvas ones which slide along the floors of retirement homes beneath the unbending and unbendable legs of geriatrics – no, she suggested a re-use of an old pair of decks, well softened and well loved from years of happy wear, and added the further convincing note that I had had it in mind to purchase a new, quite swanky and stylish, pair of decks as soon as we were free to venture out again when Covid restrictions were lifted. So, my heels are coated in emollient cream before slipping – very easily, as you can imagine after the application – into my old, dear decks. I am a new man!

    On the other hand, sunsets have frustrated me – the lack of sunsets, that is, though of course the sun has not failed to set here in the south-east of Ireland; it is just that it has failed to do so with any colour of late. I write a weekly blog on my garden and, over the past few months, have joined a group which posts a “Six-on-Saturday” which put a pressure on the contributor to have six topic in the write-up. I managed an hour’s work in the garden this past week and, with the best writing skills in the world, it has been mentally challenging to imagine myself stretching the experience to six topics. With this in mind, a good sunset on evening prompted me to think of including a few sunset photographs as one of the six. Now, as with my word count here, one photograph would never do me where I could use ten, so I had it in mind to photograph the sunset each evening and, as the colours of the sunset can change rather rapidly even within a short few minutes, I imagined I could up my count of photographs with relative ease. In line with Murphy’s Law, that what can go wrong will go wrong, there wasn’t a glimmer of colour any evening for the rest of the week. It has been a painfully dull week with dark and dank days, cold and bitter, with my bum almost rooted to the seat of the armchair and certainly it has widened considerably.

    The native American and his searching in life – as you Americans would say, “Tell me about it!”. I’m Irish – 800 years of conquest by the English. I’m even writing to you in their language!

    Féach anois na smaointe a chuir tú i mo chloigeann an maidin seo. An bheirt again, duine siar agus duine soir, an Atlantac eadrainn ach fós sinne le chéile. Beirt seanfhear le smaointe an tsaoil ag taisteal trasna an aigéad. Beir buan, a chara!

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 11:35 am

      Hi, Paddy. I think I started to truly appreciate sunsets in the mid-1990s. I can’t recall ever looking at them too much prior to that. In any case, I especially have loved looking at them on Cape Cod, where my wife and I have vacationed most years, starting in 1998 or so. Because of the virus, we didn’t go there in 2020. Over the last 60 days I’ve seen a few real good sunsets where I live.

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  5. Paddy Tobin February 11, 2021 / 5:44 am

    And now, I’ve taken my comment above and used it as a blog entry of my own. Now, time to lift my backside and get on with the day – Yes! It’s Thursday, the supermarket will deliver the groceries today. Yippee! It has become the highlight of the week.

    Don’t worry about my entry in Irish above. It only carries good thoughts!

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  6. triciatierney February 11, 2021 / 7:22 am

    I’m with you on the joy of slippers, (I also recently splurged on a new pair) the horrible-one’s exit and who doesn’t love sun drama?
    May I recommend There There by Tommy Orange? I think you might like it.

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  7. swabby429 February 11, 2021 / 7:52 am

    Thanks for the book review. I’ll check out the tome. Yes, the sunsets can be quite dramatic in the wintertime, especially if the ground has snow-cover.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 11:38 am

      Speaking of snow, my area got a few more inches overnight. We’ve had a lot of snow this month. Last winter we had none.

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  8. rivertoprambles February 11, 2021 / 8:30 am

    The Grand Twitterer may be quiet but, unfortunately, he’s left behind a howling mass of poisoned minds that won’t shut up. I refuse to listen, but take up your offer of reading a good book. There’s a lot of excellent Native American volumes on the shelf to check out. Recent faves from mine: House Made of Dawn (Momaday), Ceremony (Silko), and Lame Deer Seeker of Visions (Erdoes). I do not wear slippers, but think that these & many others would be greatly rewarding as the toes snuggle up in the warmth of newness & the sun’s sweet afterglow.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 11:41 am

      Hello there, and thanks for the book recommendations. I’ve made note of them. There are so, so many good books out there. I’m frequently amazed by that.

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  9. J. Kelland Perry February 11, 2021 / 9:05 am

    I have a pair of beloved slippers (bootie style) that now have a hole in them and they can’t be repaired. I feel your pain!
    That sounds like a good book. Love the indigenous angle.

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  10. Donna Cameron February 11, 2021 / 9:33 am

    I’m not familiar with “Flight” yet, but agree that Sherman Alexie is a very fine writer. Also agree that a good pair of slippers is an essential wardrobe component. And, you know I agree about trump.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 11:51 am

      Not having Trump in power is fantastic. And twitter has banned him permanently. Unfortunately, the USA is loaded with fools who still support him. There’s something fundamentally and seriously wrong with any Trump supporter.

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  11. Jeff the Chef February 11, 2021 / 9:45 am

    The minute that asshole lost his twitter feed, the whole world felt like the sun had finally risen. Although honestly, shame on twitter for enabling him for years.

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  12. Laurie Graves February 11, 2021 / 10:06 am

    I sure feel as though I’m in good company with you and your many blogging friends. Out, out, damned Trump! “Flight” sounds like such a good book. I’m putting it on my TBR list. Isn’t it odd how you can live in a place for many years and then recently discover the best spot to a take a picture of the sunset? I expect this happens to many of us. As for slippers…Clif and I are two frugal Mainers who make it a point to keep things until they have completely fallen apart. But even for us, the time comes when we must buy something new. Then, we sure do appreciate whatever we have bought. Enjoy those cozy slippers.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 11:58 am

      Hi. It’s been a good long while, I think, since I reviewed a book. I’m thinking of reading more by Alexie, because Flight impressed me a lot.

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  13. vprofy February 11, 2021 / 10:42 am

    My wife bought me replacement slippers at Christmas before I could act. And yes there was a hole in the bottom of one and they went immediately into the trash.

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  14. sniderjerry February 11, 2021 / 11:59 am

    Hey there Neil, I’m a big fan of Sherman Alexie. I’ve read several of his books. On sunsets, make sure you listen to “This is where the cowboy rides away” by George Straight. and Have the cobbler
    make you a pair of shoes out of banana peels – they make fine slippers. RIMSHOT! Have a great day. Jerry

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 1:20 pm

      You know, I wouldn’t be surprised if somewhere online you can buy slippers that look like bananas. Hi Jerry. Take care.

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  15. Rosaliene Bacchus February 11, 2021 / 12:00 pm

    Thanks for the review. Alexie’s book sounds like an interesting read. Enjoy the sunset in your new slippers 🙂

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  16. greenpete58 February 11, 2021 / 12:09 pm

    Coincidentally, Neil, I’m in the midst of reading books by and about American Indians (mainly the Blackfoot tribe). One of best novels I’ve ever read is Fools Crow by James Welch, concerning the coming of age of a young Blackfoot boy in the 19th century and his witnessing the obliteration of his people and culture. Powerful book, sort of a historical version of Flight.

    As for Captain Tweets, expect publication of Mein Trumpf any day now.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 1:24 pm

      Afternoon, Pete. I don’t think I ever heard of James Welch. I’ve made note of the book you mention. Take a look at the comments made by rivertoprambles. He lists a few books that might interest you.

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      • greenpete58 February 11, 2021 / 6:27 pm

        I’ll check out his list, Neil. Welch died fairly young. He was Blackfoot and also wrote poetry and a couple other highly regarded books. You can feel the poetry of Fools Crow.

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  17. Becky Ross Michael February 11, 2021 / 12:26 pm

    Gorgeous sunset, Neil! And I recently had to dispose of a long-loved pair of slippers that finally started coming apart, as well. The new ones are good, but I’m not in love with them quite yet…

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 1:28 pm

      I rarely buy clothing/footwear online, because things don’t always fit right, and then you have to send them back if they don’t, which I find to be a hassle. Anyway, I lucked out with my new slippers. I bought them online and they fit great.

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  18. snakesinthegrass2014 February 11, 2021 / 1:20 pm

    Don’t hold back on our account, re: Trump. Keep piling on! 🙂 “Flight” sounds like a good book; I just added it to my To Read list, many thanks. My slippers are in terrible need of replacing, but I don’t trust those size charts on all those Internet sites. The review comments keep talking warning how “medium” is open to interpretation depending on where they’re made. I’ll just have to take my chances, I guess… – Marty

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  19. JT Twissel February 11, 2021 / 1:51 pm

    What an excellent essay. I love your review of Flight – very well written. You began with relief and ended with comfy slippers. Can’t be more satisfying than that!

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  20. tylerus February 11, 2021 / 2:15 pm

    Comfy slippers (and toasty toes) can make a wretched day seem okay. 🙂

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 4:18 pm

      Hi, Tyler. It’s true. I look forward to wearing these slippers. I’m sort of in love!

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  21. Helen Devries February 11, 2021 / 4:52 pm

    Comfortable slippers are bliss! Mine gave uo the ghosr, so I bought what looked like a nice pair in a Chinese supermarket here….looked was the operative word, as the insteps are on the wrong side of each slipper.

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  22. Anabel @ The Glasgow Gallivanter February 11, 2021 / 4:54 pm

    It sounds as though all is well in your world! And we’re all rejoicing with you on Trump. I saw a picture of him today in an article about the impeachment and it was quite a shock. My brain has done a good job on obliterating him.

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  23. workinacresnothours February 11, 2021 / 4:55 pm

    Howdy, The book sounds so cool, what a great read just like your blogs. I don’t think someone could ever tire of beautiful sunsets. The slippers look like a version of our Ugg boots here in Aus, it is hard to find a great slipper. First thing in the morning & after a hard days slog on the property I love to come in & slip into my soft squishy socks, perfect end to a day & a blog.

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  24. Alyson February 11, 2021 / 5:59 pm

    An eclectic mix of subject matter there but I do like the sound of the book – I will add it to my wish list.

    As for the slippers, you have prompted me into replacing my own. Little pleasures nowadays mean a lot.

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  25. JOYCE HAMILTON February 11, 2021 / 6:24 pm

    Beautiful sunset! You have become quite a photographer!

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  26. SandyL February 11, 2021 / 8:57 pm

    Books, Sunsets and Slippers. Could be a movie.
    There’s no such thing as a bad sunset.
    I wish it was true about book & slippers. Nice that you got good ones.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 11, 2021 / 10:34 pm

      Evening, Sandy. And sunsets have a lot of unpredictability about them. They are fascinating shows, and free of charge.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 12, 2021 / 7:13 am

      Morning, Annie. “segue” always looked like a funny word to me. I just looked it up. It’s an Italian word with Latin roots.

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  27. viewfromoverthehill February 11, 2021 / 11:16 pm

    I can see why you were interested in your January read, and as for sunsets, how can you not be consumed by the beauty of those you tend to capture by photo? I love reading always…..and looking at sunsets too.

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  28. Robert Parker February 12, 2021 / 6:27 am

    Good review, Neil. And I’m interested in Native American culture, and like time travel stories, so sounds perfect for my next airplane read.

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  29. andrewcferguson February 12, 2021 / 9:57 am

    Great stuff, Neil. The book sounds interesting, the sunset is fantastic, and the slippers look good, too!

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  30. talebender February 12, 2021 / 2:11 pm

    Your combining of Zits’s tale and your new slippers resonated, because, for years, my slippers have been a pair of moccasins!

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  31. cincinnatibabyhead February 12, 2021 / 5:32 pm

    I’m going to be all over “Zits (And Alexie). Thanks for that fella. Some nicknames are just universally nasty. When anything gets a hole in it big enough to stick a corn cob through it, you know its time for a change. I’m going to steal that little gem and use it in a sentence sometime soon. So many reasons I keep coming back to Yeah Another Blogger.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 12, 2021 / 8:10 pm

      Hi, CB. I think you’ll like Flight. I’m thinking of reading more by Alexie soon. Enjoy the weekend. See ya!

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  32. johnlmalone February 12, 2021 / 6:32 pm

    you described that sunset beautifully Neil; the best time travel book I read was Kurt Vonnegut’s ‘Slaughterhouse 5’. also about the firebombing if Dresden. A magnificent novella. And I sympathise with you< Neil; slippers are a bugger when they let you down, like being let down by an old friend 🙂 Cheers Neil !

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  33. Annika Perry February 14, 2021 / 9:01 am

    Neil, a terrific eclectic post and I thoroughly enjoyed your review of ‘Zits’! As for the sunset spot – at least you’ve found just the perfect location now … maybe you can brings a chair, drink and make yourself at home every evening!

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  34. D. Wallace Peach February 14, 2021 / 1:52 pm

    Congrats on the new slippers, Neil, the amazing sunset, and getting rid of the most despicable monster ever to occupy the Whitehouse. I wish he was truly gone from our lives. And thanks for the book review. The time travel element is an interesting way for the character to explore his heritage and come to know himself. It sounds like a great read. I appreciate the recommendation. 🙂

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      • D. Wallace Peach February 14, 2021 / 3:06 pm

        It’s depressing. I hope they lose their seats and become a minority party for the rest of my life.

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  35. ckennedy February 14, 2021 / 5:04 pm

    I love Sherman Alexie–and your transition from Alexie’s book into the sunsets is perfect! Cheers!

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  36. carolinehelbig February 15, 2021 / 1:10 pm

    Thanks for the recommendation Neil. I’m putting Flight on my reading list. I’ve just started Homeland Elegies by Ayad Akhtar, part memoir part fiction about a Muslim American’s conflicted place in US society. Hubby loved it. Warning: it’s not a slim volume.

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 15, 2021 / 5:51 pm

      Hi. I used to read long books. And maybe one day I’ll do it again. But not just yet!

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  37. Joe February 15, 2021 / 7:24 pm

    Hey Neil, Comfortable footwear and a well-written book are an ideal matching pair for your snowy January days. As for the seditious ex-president, I hope his future is now on a very slippery slope.

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  38. candidkay February 15, 2021 / 8:14 pm

    Your headline made me want to put my head back, close my eyes, and heave a sigh of peaceful relief. I’ll take all three, thank you. Even though I don’t wear slippers. This winter, I’ll make an exception:).

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      • candidkay February 15, 2021 / 10:24 pm

        Thank you for that very weighty and important question. When it is warm enough, barefoot or flip-flops. But in the winter, nothing beats big fuzzy socks 🧦👍🏻.

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  39. alhenry February 16, 2021 / 6:26 pm

    I was an early fan of Alexie, but haven’t kept up with his last few books. Thanks for the recommendation. As for old slippers vs. new slippers, comfort objects (which old slippers definitely are)–it’s hard to make the jump from “the stained and torn, the weathered and broken of time and knowing”, as a very young me once put it, to the featureless new, but you sound determined to make this new relationship swork, so I’m sure you’ll succeed. Carry on!

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 16, 2021 / 9:58 pm

      Evening, Amy. Right, so far the new slippers and me are getting along great. It definitely was time for their predecessors to head for the landfill.

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  40. Americaoncoffee February 17, 2021 / 12:27 pm

    I love the way you captivate comfort to cherish the moment, Neil. Have a blessed week! 😎👍

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  41. tanjabrittonwriter February 19, 2021 / 8:04 pm

    Hi Neil,
    I’m glad to know your mind is lodged in good books and your feet in cozy slippers.
    Stay well,
    Tanja

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  42. Silver Screenings February 21, 2021 / 1:42 pm

    Ah, there’s nothing like a great pair of slippers and a book you can’t put down. (Thanks for recommending, by the way.)

    The only thing better is a dramatic sunset with a fiery red-orange sky, which you’ve beautifully captured.

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  43. BE in Iowa City February 23, 2021 / 3:07 pm

    I’ll try Mr. Alexie’s book. Anything with ‘Flight’ in the title gets my attention. Thanks

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 23, 2021 / 5:11 pm

      Hi there. Glad to hear from you. The title is appropriate, because he writes with a lot of energy.

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  44. johnlmalone February 23, 2021 / 4:41 pm

    you sure make Zits seem an interesting read, Neil; for such a small volume, a hell of a lot happens, then there’s time travel — it worked well for ‘Slaughterhouse 5’ so why not for this one; thanks for commenting, Neil 🙂

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 23, 2021 / 6:20 pm

      Hi. Have you ever read any of John MacDonald’s mysteries? I hadn’t. But now I’m reading his book called The Lonely Silver Rain. It’s good. See ya.

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      • johnlmalone February 23, 2021 / 7:40 pm

        no, I haven’t, Neil, but will take a look at one in the library 🙂

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  45. Martie February 24, 2021 / 12:05 pm

    As usual, interesting. Question, was it you who suggested “The Midnight Library” to me?

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    • Yeah, Another Blogger February 24, 2021 / 2:15 pm

      Hi, Martie. I hadn’t known about this one. I looked it up a few minutes ago. It gets good ratings overall. Have you read it?

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      • Martie February 24, 2021 / 2:37 pm

        I’m reading it now and enjoying it. But someone recommended it to me but I can’t remember who.

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