Weird dream: I’m at a language school where a bomb goes off. They lose vocabulary and even some letters of the alphabet. But I show staunchly remain enrolled while the school rebuilds.
Other news: I break my rule of avoiding textbooks and buy Teach Yourself Russian at the Orphans Aid Op Shop. It was printed in 1943—Russian must’ve seemed a good idea then.
The Russian alphabet of 32 letters can be divided into 4 groups: letters alike with English, letters like English but with different sounds, letters unlike, and a final weird group of 4.
No bomb explosions but.
Today: J2 D2 G1 F1 R1
Total: J253 D129 G47 P37 F24 Sp21 Da1 A1 R1