It seems now days that I have more excuses than some pimplied youth explaining why their essay was not turned in on time - The Hound of the Baskervilles ate it; I was ironing and it burned up in a Silver Blaze; it was ran over by a Solitary Cyclist. Well, you get the picture. I won't use any of those excuses. Let's just say I am as busy as a one-armed Beekeeper.
My final deadline for the first book I am editing for the Baker Street Irregulars International Series, moved up by a year. I thought I had until 2016 and it turned out to be due before 2015. I am preparing my paper for the 2015 Japanese Sherlock Holmes Conference, where I will be one of the main speakers. I have completed a Power Point presentation for the Afghanistan Perceives' 40th Anniversary in September and I have written an article for Canadian Holmes. So you can see I have not been to much of a slacker, except when it comes to my own blog. It seems I have blogged down.
|Finger Sherlock enjoying some sachertorte and Viennese coffee.|
|St. Stephen Cathedral|
Street vendors are a great place for a walking lunch as I can attest to several times over, but no trip would be complete with sampling a fine cup of Viennese coffee and eating a sachertorte. This is a flourless chocolate cake served with whipped cream. There are too many museums to see in a lifetime but the Freud Museum is worth an analytically visit. There are also museums for Beethoven and Mozart.
I will leave you with these few tid-bits of to think about and who knows, I might post again in a few months.