Today, I pulled together Sirenia Digest 155. Subscribers will have it as soon as I get the PDF back. Later, Kathryn and I went down to the central branch of the Birmingham Public Library, to the Linn-Henley Research Library, and I spent some time with the Ezra Winter murals. It's the first time we've been to the library since we moved back, which is odd, I know, given my fondness for the place. Then we stopped by Publix in Irondale before heading back home.
I saw fuzzy buds on a dogwood tree today.
Last night, I dreamed that Kathryn and I were swimming in the Zambezi River. It wasn't much like the actual Zambezi, being only twenty or so yards wide. The water was dark and cold and fast flowing, and I noticed the shadowy form of a shark following along just behind Kathryn, and so we got out of the water. There are sharks in the actual Zambezi, freshwater-tolerant bull sharks that are sometimes referred to as Zambezi River sharks, though they're not a separate species.