greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,

Notes from my Bubble (3)

I'm not well this morning, but I'm not going into the gory details. I just need to rest today, and hope I'm better tomorrow. There's no time now to get more behind than I already am.

Not going to be much to this entry, because I have email that has to be answered, and I can only remain vertical for just so long.

Please have a look at the current eBay auctions. Thanks.

We have another cloudy, rainy, cold day here in Providence.

Yesterday was consumed by the busyness of writing, not by actual writing. However, I've seen Vince's sketch (from which he produces the final artwork) for Sirenia Digest #47, and it looks good.

Last night, when I was only just starting to feel lousy, we did a bit of WoW, leveling our troll characters in Durotar and the Barrens. Mine is a hunter named Jornda, and Spooky's troll is a priest named Manalani. Also, the insomnia seems to be back full force, and it was (again) almost five before I got to sleep.

Yeah, not much of an entry. But there are more photographs from Sunday, taken from two bridges over the Saugatucket River in Wakefield:

The persistent sun dog.

View to the west, towards the dam (which evidently was backed up).

Riverside Cemetery, on the Saugatucket. A little blurry, but the sun was setting.

All Photographs Copyright © 2009 by Caitlín R. Kiernan and Kathryn A. Pollnac.

Also, here are Spooky's sepia-toned photos of the ruined house on Old North Road. They're exquisite, and I think they capture the feel of the place better than the color shots I posted yesterday.
Tags: autumn, busyness of writing, gaming, outside, rhode island, sick, sirenia, vince

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