Well, I finished reading that old book. You know, the one that I bought at the flea market thinking it was an old western because it had pictures of horsemen on the cover and was called “The Dead Ride Hard”. It was printed in 1926. Although I was wrong about the American old western theme and the only horses in it was when the heroine rode to her parents’ home in a buggy pulled by an old horse, (most of the time, when traveling, she rode in a “motor car”) it was a good read that kept me in suspense. The story line was centered around some very troubled times in Buda-Pest. I will say no more about the contents, just in case any of you decide to read it. One thing I can say about it is that it was different then most books that I have read. But then, I never seem to have the time to read a book anymore. I have read the Bible through many, many times and still read it, but I can not remember the last time I read fiction.
If the Auto Dealer is not too busy this morning, I will take my Jeep Liberty in for service. Preventive maintenance is the secret to a vehicle’s longevity. I usually sit and wait on it, but last time they said it would be quite awhile, so I took the shuttle service home. Wasn’t home for very long and they called to tell me that the shuttle would pick me up soon, that the Jeep was finished. So, I guess this time I will just sit and wait on it, unless they say it will not be ready until the afternoon. I don’t like skipping lunch.
Sorry I didn’t have anything very interesting or exciting to say today. For those of you who took the time to read it, I thank you for stopping by today. You all have a good weekend now, you hear?