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Puddle Jumping

Moleskine Boy is taking a leap over the Pacific to escape for a week. Keeping my company are Jay McInerney, Sarah Waters, Pearl Buck, and Jane Austen—well, their books, 2 iPods, a Molekine notebook, a camera, and fond memories of someone special whom I’ll miss. The blog will be updated intermittently. Ciao.


12 Responses

  1. Have fun! 🙂

  2. Have a great trip, Matt!

  3. Happy holidays. Don’t forget to gobble up the Cantonese cuisine while you are there! (Well flying with Cathay Pacific kinda confirm where you are going, even though the plane is an adjacent one to yours).. 🙂

  4. Have a wonderful trip, Matt!

  5. Happy Travels Matt and enjoy all of your reading time!

  6. Have a fab trip, Matt! Enjoy your reading, too!

  7. Have fun! Your trip is more glamorous than the one I’m taking on my spring break :-).

  8. Enjoy the trip and the company of your family. Hope your dad is on to quick recovery. 🙂

  9. Enjoy yourself!! 😀

  10. Have a great time! We’ll miss you!

  11. How was the McInerney book book you read on the plane?

    • It is a fast read because I zip through a lot of the prose on mergers and takeovers of corporate America that is extraneous to the main story. It’s very go-go 80s. I think it’s about money, greed, and most importantly, what is fad at the moment.

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