Sleepless in Seattle
It's about 10.45pm Pacific time as I wait in Seattle for my flight to Chicago.
I'm en route from a mining reform conference in Spokane. To save Oxfam America some money on my air tickets, I'm taking three planes to and from Spokane. Connecting via Seattle and Chicago is a bit of a pain; I could not even find any wifi connection at O'Hare airport.
On my trip from Boston, I devoured Neil Gaiman's new book, "Anansi Boys." It made quite entertaining reading on my three-plane trek. However it did lack the epic feel and artfully concluded plot twists of "American Gods."
Meanwhile the new Gaiman-scripted film, MirrorMask, scored an excellent review in - of all places - the latest Entertainment Weekly
. Maybe Ann and I will check it out after church next Sunday.