The free time that I once had available for reading is now much smaller and perilously close to the time when I fall over into bed, so I've taken to listening to books from Audible while at work. For the past week or so I've been listening to The Cider House Rules. I have a membership and get two new books a month for a fairly reasonable price. Unfortunately this rate is slightly faster than I can listen to them. The reason for that is that I refuse to get the abridged version of books. Most books come in abridged and unabridged versions. I feel guilty enough for not actually reading the book that I at least want to hear the whole thing.
So here I am, sitting at work, choked up by this silly audio book.