I didn’t know how tired I was until I got back to my Manhattan apartment, spent a long time grappling with my accumulated snail mail, fell into bed for what was supposed to be a brief, refreshing nap…and awoke five hours later. I think I’ll call it a day. Instead of trying to write, I’ll sit and contemplate the newest addition to the Teachout Museum, an exquisite little Vuillard etching that came in the mail while I was in Chicago. (The online image only suggests the fineness of detail.) I knocked it down for a price so modest that I’m still giggling.
A hell of a week lies before me–three deadlines, three plays, a night at the ballet, and a drunken birthday bash for a friend–but comparatively normal blogging will resume tomorrow, somehow….