…he tells her early in the book. “I wish we were,” she tells him. “It’s like waiting to be hung.”“Maybe it is,” he says. “Or maybe it’s a period of grace.” I suppose those are the two ways you can look at a normal life in general as well. We’re all born waiting to be hung and we can either despair over that fact or consider the interim a gift. Every day a last minute reprieve from the governor. I think we all know which one I’m going to personally do but you can do it differently it’s your life buddy. “There was a little silence afte…

A beautiful piece of writing today that doesn’t feel hollow, even In Full Context.