Monday, July 12, 2004


I recently joined the journal community and I've discovered that I have more to say than
I thought I did. I've also discovered that some of the entries that I want to make don't really
fit in the other journal. So here I am.

I have always loved to read. My most intense interests are the "how to's" of history and
philosophy, especially religion. How we got where we are now. I am especially interested in
English history from the Tudor period through the early 18th century. This is the period that
began to define the "Rights of Englishmen" that the Founding Fathers believed they were
defending. Although to be honest, depending on the mood I'm in and what catches my fancy,
almost anything is fair game. (and I have the bookshelves to prove it)

While I'm at it I want to mention a website called Alibris. If you love books this is the place to
go. Alibris brings together a network of used bookstores. There may books out there that they
can't find but I haven't found one yet.

1 comment:

krobbie67 said...

Thanks for the link. I love reading about all kinds of stuff too but gravitate towards philosophy and religion with a bunch of other stuff peppered in. :-) ---Robbie