Garrison Keillor Wants to Be Alone

At this week, Garrison Keillor writes on the bliss of solitude:

New York is a fine place in which to be alone. To walk into a little cafe with an armload of newspapers and sit at the counter and read them over a bowl of chili and a grilled cheese and a white mug of coffee, and a waitress who says, “What else would you like, love?” — this is heaven. In the papers are dozens of people in serious trouble and you are not one of them. You can soak it all up while you eavesdrop on your neighbors . . .” 

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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