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Overcast and rainy here, the temperature at 40˚F, with a windchill of 35˚F.

Yesterday was the best day I've had in a while. I wrote 1,317 words on "Day After Tomorrow, the Flood." I went for a short (and chilly) walk, and saw that the willow tree in our neighborhood has turned green. Most everything else remains grey, but at least we have the willow. And I packed the first boxes I've packed for the move, three 20"x14"x10" boxes of DVDs (there's still a box to go). We got Bucktown for dinner, and later we watched a newish Showtime documentary, Ellen Goldfarb's New Wave: Dare to Be Different (2017). That was yesterday.

Time to make the doughnuts.

Aunt Beast

3:30 p.m.

3:33 p.m.


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Apr. 19th, 2018 04:17 pm (UTC)
There is green outside your windows! The one year I lived in snow, I remember my eyes feeling color-starved for almost 5 months of winter.

I'm dying to see that documentary, I hope you enjoyed it.
Apr. 19th, 2018 08:19 pm (UTC)
Congratulations on the good writing day, on starting packing, and on Agents of Dreamland (which I'm 85% through rereading this week) winning runner-up novella in the This is Horror Awards! Was very happy to see that announcement in passing.

And, thank you for the willow cascade.
Apr. 20th, 2018 08:57 pm (UTC)
Thanks for mentioning the documentary. I hope to have a better time trying to find it to watch than wanting to buy the digital second season of Fortitude and finding out it can only be viewed by having Prime. ACK! (as Bill the Cat would say).
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