greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,

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"No one in the world ever gets what they want, and that is beautiful."

Not a good day. Again. Verse after verse. But there was some sun, and it was warmer. Currently, it's 61˚F.

Not well today.

And, for me, March 1st has always been the first day of spring, which really makes a lot more sense in Birmingham than it does in Providence, Rhode Island. So, warmer, greener days ahead. It can't hurt, even if it doesn't help.

As I said last night, Spooky's put a copy of The Dinosaur Tourist on eBay. It's the very first time we've offered a copy of this book for auction, except for one tpb ARC copy a couple pf years ago. I will sign and personalize it for the winning bidder. If I'm in the mood, I might even draw you a dinosaur. But please have a look, and bid if you are able. The check still has not arrived. Oh, and we have also put a copy of the Subterranean Press edition of Houses Under the Sea: Mythos Tales up, as well.

It's not that I have less to say here than I used to, back when I'd spend two hours a day on 1k+-word entries, it's just that I'm getting tired of repeating myself.

Tonight, more Kingdom. It's still very good. I think I can stop worrying that it's gonna start sucking.

Aunt Beast

11:54 a.m.
Tags: bad days, blogging long-term, dinosaurs, finances, green, houses under the sea, march, money, mythos tales, providence, pterosaurs, sick, spring, subterranean press, sunshine, the dinosaur tourist, then vs. now, warmer weather

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