Having always read, but never really with any time, even Jas has made full use of everything on offer. Given this is a man who would usually have a book on his bedside cabinet for three months or more, the fact he has finished ten or eleven since arriving is little short of astonishing!
Or course there is no television here, so that might explain things!
And a plug for a really good book! This is something I don't usually do, and should do more often. If you haven't already read Still Alice by Lisa Genova, give it a go. You might have seen the film (I haven't). The main character, Alice, is a fifty-something, highly motivated university lecturer who worries she is becoming forgetful. From there it's a just short step to the early onset of Alzheimer’s, something I once saw the effects of first hand, when working as a consultant for a building company. Designing a home for a lovely couple, while I was aware the wife had the disease, it hit home with a bang during one of our regular meetings when she turned to her adult daughter and asked, "Do you have children, dear?"
I have never been so lost for words.