If that book looks good, it pays to check it out: Bill Kirby:

“Patience, the toughest form of intelligence.”

– Kevin Honold

A vacation gives you time to notice the little things.

For example, I’ve noticed that I used to be a sucker for bookstores. I would go in and invariably buy some new ones. Unfortunately, most of them piled up next to the bedside table…then went to a closet…then into the attic. I never got around to reading them. (It was too much like college.)

These days I go to the public library and check out books I think I want to read.

But I usually don’t.

Except now, I’ll just send them back and it won’t cost me anything.

(My motto: “Don’t age harder, age smarter.”

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