Something else I learned today:
I decided to give audio books a try. I don't think anyone enjoys the act of reading - how it makes my brain feel - more than me. But I was curious to give it a try. I started with "Gone Girl" because I figured a story full of plot twists would hold my attention. That worked. Then I got "The Spire" by William Golding, because his other stuff is good and it's narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch. And no one can say anything bad about his voice. But he did such a great job reading the book that I was going crazy with jealousy that he got to experience reading this book, not I. So I learned that I like reading more than his performing ability (even though he performs really well).
Good to know.
I'm still undecided about audio books.