Three eggs (102 eggs since 26.10.38[1] , or nearly 12 a week).

[1]‘28’ written by mistake. Peter Davison

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12 Responses to 31.12.38

  1. Silas says:

    Has he ever mentioned specifically what he’s doing with these eggs?
    Do he and his wife eat them, or does he sell or trade them for other things, milk, bread…

  2. Fadi says:

    Thank you, it’s great!
    Happy new year!

  3. Fadi says:

    Thank you, it’s great!
    Happy new year!

  4. Samwyse says:

    Silas: He’s learning to juggle.

  5. Gilles Mioni says:

    For a survivor, the egg is not the continuity of nature?
    This ability to produce life with almost nothing so near the desert..
    Within 2 months, 102 eggs, exciting, is not it?
    Happy new year 1939 Mr Orwell.
    All my respect to Ms. Eileen.

  6. The Blair’s have the Lemon Tarts kiosk at the Bazaar.

    I was wondering what Hercule Poirot was doing for the week of December 22-28 1938. I found a log of that period here. The first page or two quickly reveal why I mention it and the fact that I first read it (and every other available) in 5th or 6th grade (’60 or ’61). Yes, I had a secret flashlight for clandestine reading.

    If this blog isn’t mind-expanding, I don’t know what is.

    Happy New Year!
    May God Bless You and Yours
    And I hope we’re all still here enjoying for the duration…..and beyond…..

  7. I think ’39 is gonna be a good year, don’t you?

  8. Paul says:

    Happy New Year George whereever you are !!

  9. Ed Webb says:

    Rhythm of counting
    Eggs or years, it’s all the same:
    Measure out our lives

  10. Steve says:

    Step by step the longest march
    Can be won can be won
    Many stones can form an arch
    Singly none singly none
    And by union what we will
    Can be accomplished still
    Drops of water turn a mill
    Singly none singly none

    American Miners’ Association, 1864

  11. Pheadrus says:

    “‘28’ written by mistake.”
    I love that. Brings him that much closer, y’know.
    It deserves a scan, though. Just curious as to the correction method. A simple strike-through? A wavy strike? Furious over-scribbling? Wite-out® brand correcting fluid?
    Ok, probably not the latter.

  12. Ed Webb says:

    Happy New Year, George,
    And all who read this journal:
    Here’s to more egg fun!

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