December 25, 2008 | 9:08 pm
Posted by Tom Teicholz
thought I would be blogging and working straight through the holidays — and trust me there’s stuff to write about:. I want to tell you about recent visits to the restaurants Sushi Zo, Michael Mina’s Louis XIV, Slumdog, the wrester, Joseph O’Neill’s Netherland, and Jim Harrison’s The English Major — but suddenly I’ve lost steam. I don’t feel like going in to the office, don’t feel like pushing the peanut up the hill with a pencil, as one of my editors used to say.
No, no, no. I’m just going to spend time with family and friends, read more novels that I’ve been wanting to read for pleasure — not work, and take a short trip up north.
Recharge the batteries. Put 2008 behind us. take a few days grace at the start of 2009. Blog to you then!, later
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