Uganda Day 25: On Good Reads and Bad Ones

Sadly, I think I've reached the point where I'll have to put an end to the daily blogs. During the week, there's just not enough happening for me to write anything interesting. And it's gotten to the point where I don't even have anything boring to write about, because it's often very similar to what happened the previous day. If I maintain the daily blogging, I'll be on here telling you five times each week about how I went to work and came home. That's essentially my narrative for today, for instance. The most exciting thing that happened was walking to La Patisserie at lunch and reading for a while!

So as much as I'd love to keep posting every day, it's not going to work. Rest assured that I will write a post any time that something interesting does happen, and in any event, I won't let it go too long without an update.

But for now, there's little else for me to catch you up on. I am very much enjoying that novel I bought so far, though I'm only a third of the way through. And I just finished reading a really interesting piece in The Atlantic—if you've got some time to kill, I'd recommend it. It's about the journalist's investigation into the provenance of an (allegedly) ancient manuscript, trying to figure out whether it's a forgery and who's behind it. There are a lot of twists and turns, and if you have any interest at all in the process of investigative journalism, it's intriguing. Reads almost like a mystery novel!

Speaking of novels, I am going to go and read for a while. I may or may not be back for a blog post tomorrow. Hopefully something interesting happens so I can come and tell you about it! For now, though, I am off. Hope you are all having a wonderful day...and thanks for reading!