Sunday, January 18, 2015

Gan an h-Idirlíon


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ShmtRc4rhy8/Td6pLcVNZII/AAAAAAAAIyQ/VHimsLDWQfk/s1600/Onion-Internet-Outage.gifNí raibh an h-Idirlíon againn ag ar bhaile faoi deireanach. Mar sin, chaith mé ag dul go dtí ar an leabharlann Dé Sathairn seo caite. Bhí lucht na páistí ansin, agus bhí torann go léir ar fud ann.


Dé Domhnaigh, shiul Léna agus mise go dtí do caife beag. Níl muid ag dulta ansin, ach sé in aice leis. D'ól mé cócó agus d'ól sí caife, ar ndóigh, cé gur obrigh muid ar ár ríomhairí glúine ar chéíle.

Nuair fhilleadh mé ar ais ag bhaile, léigh mé Cogadh agus Síocháin. Bhí dith orm a críochnú an úrscéal mór seo, ag deireanach. Bhí ionadh orm ag an epilog.

Bhi sé lán de plé faoi díospóireacht idir saor in aisce agus riachtanas le Tolstoy. Críochtnaidh sé féin ar feadh an dara. Ach, staidéar sé seo an-mhaith ar dtús.

Tá áthas orm a críochnú é. Measaim go raibh dhá bhliain ar thalamh agus é sin a dhéanamh. Anois, tá leabhar eile a léamh agus chun athbhreithniú a dhéanamh ar an mí seo chugainn.

Without the Internet

We did not have the Internet at our home lately. Therefore, I had to go to the library last Saturday. There were groups of children there, and there was lots of noise all around there.

Sunday, Layne and myself walked to a small café. We had never gone there, but it is close by. I drank cocoa and she drank coffee, of course, while we worked on our laptops together.

When I came back home, I read War and Peace. I had a need to finish this big novel, finally. I was surprised by the epilogue.

I was full of discussion about a debate between free will and necessity by Tolstoy. He himself finished by favoring the latter. But, he studies this very thoroughly first.

I was happy to finish it. I reckon that it was two years on and off to do that. Now, there are other books to read and to review for this next month.

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