Sunday, March 16, 2014

Daily Thoughts 03/16/2014

The great Latin poet, Virgil, holding a volume on which is written the Aenid. On either side stand the two muses: "Clio" (history) and "Melpomene" (tragedy). The mosaic, which dates from the 3rd Century A.D., was discovered in the Hadrumetum in Sousse, Tunisia and is now on display in the Bardo Museum in Tunis, Tunisia.

Daily Thoughts 03/16/2014

I spent some more time reading No Ordinary Time.  I learned that Franklin Delano Roosevelt had an affair early in his life and had a very interesting relationship with his secretary Missy.   The book can be a little salacious in places.  I am reading about Roosevelt's decision on going for a third term as president.

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