Long, Lazy Summer's Day
Rip Van Winkle, C.S. Lewis, and the ideal day
How would you spend your ideal day?
If you’ve read C.S. Lewis’s Surprised by Joy, he describes an ideal day from his youth. He would breakfast at 8am, be at his desk by 9am and read or write until 1pm. He adds, “If a cup of good tea or coffee could be brought me about eleven, so much the better.” Then, he would step out of doors for a pint, meet a friend…
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