I’m feeling significantly better this morning, which is typically the moment when I screw it up. (Oh, are we done now? Excellent! I have so much stuff to catch — faceplant.)
So, in the spirit of getting some stuff done, but avoiding the faceplant, I have caught up the tax paperwork, insofar as it can be caught up (still waiting for a couple 1099s and 1099-INTs so I can finish properly and get the file off my desk and onto the desk of Deb the Accountant, and ain’t she gonna have fun?), and I am now sensibly retiring to the sofa to read for a bit before dinner.
See me be sensible. Yeah, take a picture; you won’t see it again soon.
Hopefully, I will be able to get some Actual Work done this evening (by which I mean Writing, because in a writer’s life, All Work that Is Not Writing is Not Really Work). We shall see; it’s amazing how tiring simply sitting behind a desk and wriggling your fingers can be.
In other, completely unrelated, news, except that it happens to address a topic of interest to me, somebody posted a link to this article somewhere (Kathi Kimbriel? Twitter?), and I commend it highly. It’s about laying the ghosts of the 2011 Japanese tsunami — here’s the link.
What’re y’all doing that’s fun and interesting?