This lithophone at the MIM reminded me of the old Barry Hughhart book The Story of the Stone.
Sunday didn’t really have that much that was going on. This was actually a relief. I did some reading and made dinner, and that was about it.
It took us seven months, but Stephanie and I finally finished watching the middle three seasons of “Babylon 5″. I thought the show really held up well. Even though the special effects look a bit dated, the writing and acting still work. It also helped that the show wasn’t open-ended, but constrained to a 5-year set of story arcs. That allowed JMS to plan almost everything out, do foreshadowing, and make the story flow well.