However, we're ready with all we need to be ready with.
Additionally I have a dvd of a 1997 BBC production of Wilkie Collins's novel, The Woman in White.
Mostly though I'll be working on my 2015 Best Reading Round-up.
All I know so far is that Life On The Mississippi, and, Isabella: Warrior Queen, are on it. There are more, of course, but I haven't been able to get myself to go through my reading and watching journal for 2015 yet. It's a lot slimmer with commentary than previous years -- reading almost solely for The American Slave Coast, and mostly not reading at all, in the final quarter of 2015.
As well, we'll have to devote some time in the next two days getting our 3 -4 months calendar in order. We have some dates already scheduled, including here in townL the CUNY Grad Center, a bookstore in Harlem, The Museum of the Moving Image, and the Jumel Mansion. We've got other dates in Boston, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia -- and New Orleans again -- so far.
I guess we'll stay occupied, even if we feel trapped.
At least this evening we get to to attend the reception - event at the Metropolitan Museum of Art around African art. Since the storm doesn't start until after midnight there was no need to cancel this. I'm so glad since it means I'll get to see the exhibit of Ancient Egyptian Art: The Middle Kingdom, that closes on Sunday. I can use my Christmas camera some more.