What I read today: Friday

February 21, 2014 @ 9:00 pm | Filed under: Books

Superquick!

Middlemarch, chapter 14

With Rose and Beanie:
• a section of Wormwood Forest
• “Lines” by Martha Collins
• Sonnets #18, 29, and 130, Shakespeare

Helped Rose study her falconry manual

Friday is Journey North day, so not a huge reading day for any of us.

Hawk by Rilla
Hawk by Rilla


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  1. Really? A falconry manual? My George would LOVE such a thing. How old does one need to be to be schooled in falconry? Where can one procure a falcon for lease/trial because I am not having one as a permanent pet? (“They’re the fastest animal, Mommy! Faster than a cheetah!” says George. I have not looked it up, but he usually knows his animal facts, that one.) I know you can’t really have a falcon on lease. It would be a neat side-outing at the Safari Park, though …