TV and Internet have been getting in my way. So I've eliminated all the series recordings on our PVR (an equivalent to TiVo DVR) where I was the only one in the family that was watching them. So good-bye to Stargate Atlantis, New Tricks and Midsomer Murders. So now I have time to read.
John Finnis' Natural Law and Natural Rights is a primer on Thomistic philosophical reasoning. It's not light reading, though I'd rate it as a good 100-level textbook. It will definitely go on my "re-read" list. (It's mildly annoying that all Amazon Canada has is a used $500 hardback. I ended up buying a new paperback from Amazon.com.) In any case, it's only for those really in love with philosophy.