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Blaine still felt absolutely miserable when he woke up, but he felt better than the day before. His eyes burned as he blinked them fully awake, and he had to hide his mouth in the crook of his elbow to muffle the awful cough he had, but he was better. He carefully got out of bed, and washed the bottles and sippy’s from the day before and changed out of his diaper in exchange for actual underwear. He put juice in the bottles and placed them in the refrigerator for later and put Charming in the crib, taking Flynn back to the bed. “Good morning, little one,” he whispered, holding Kurt close. “Daddy’s here.”
“Commonplace books that survive from the Tudor period contain a huge variety of texts, including letters, poems, medical remedies, prose, jokes, ciphers, riddles, quotations and drawings. Sonnets, ballads and epigrams jostle with diary entries, recipes, lists of ships or Cambridge colleges and transcriptions of speeches. Collecting useful snippets of information so that they could be easily retrieved when needed, or re-read to spark new ideas and connections, was one of the functions of a commonplace book. But the practice of maintaining a commonplace book and exchanging texts with others also served as a form of self-definition: which poems or aphorisms you chose to copy into your book or to pass on to your correspondents said a lot about you, and the book as a whole was a reflection of your character and personality.”—
Tom Standage: How commonplace books were like Tumblr and Pinterest, drawing from the research for his forthcoming book.
See also: the distractions of social media, 1673 style.