Today? I sat and read The Demolished Man. It’s been a while since I’ve read it, and the post grad-school reading felt a bit different. Mostly because now I know what a cathexis is, and I didn’t the last time I raed (it’s a part of the plot).
I’ll be settling back into The Innocent Mage this evening, I think, but later on. I’ve reopened a half-written short story and I’ve been working on that this evening (hurray! Writing again!). I also took time to watch the Premier’s address. The talk was titled ‘Address to Alberta,’ but I can think of some other titles for it.
‘Better Get Ready for Spending Cuts.’Or ‘Call Me Keystone: Pleas for a Pipeline,’ Or ‘Sales Tax, Here We Come!’
It’s worrisome. There are definitely cuts to come – ‘difficult choices’ sounds like a promise of increased wait times for access to health care, cuts to arts, and reductions in education funding. I don’t know what she means when she talks about programs and services that aren’t sustainable over the long term. What does that mean?
Well, we’ll just wait to find out.