Yeah....I know . I still struggle with the e-reader. It's nice to see writers get some new life from older titles. I finally got to read Joe Lansdale's Dead in the West because of the nook so I'm totally against them.
There's enough fiction running around in my thoughts; I'm a non-fiction nut.
I'm heading out to Lost Maples nature resort near San An in the following weeks for a camping/hiking trip, so I stopped by the friendly neighbourhood Half Price Books:
Texas Wildflowers [for identification]
A Field Guide To Texas Snakes [identification purposes - aspiring herpetologist,here]
A Field Guide to the Insects of America, North of Mexico
The first four are for leisure and putting names to certain species of wildlife we may encounter on our two-day camp/hike.
I don't expect to see much fungus! but my partner in grime is a mycologist[among other things! like an uber fit carpenter, gypsy, and shaman]
As a practicing curandero[herbalist, therapist, sans the hoodoo], The herbal guide will assist in helping me provide medicines to naturally treat people, should they come to me. I've two other specialties in the field, also. Go me.
There is no such thing as DEATH; it's just a trrransformation.
No hay fin para ti. No hay fin para mi.
My old place in toronto had a bidet...I liked using it, cleaned the shit outta there + it felt good. Ever masturbate with a stream of water on your asshole? Feels great, try it sometime.