greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,
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"Through the give and take, you've had to learn how to cross the coals and not get burned."

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

I'm pretty sure I'm never going to get used to this hideous new interface you have to work with while composing a post on LJ. I've been trying to figure out what this font is (not the one you see when I post, but the one in which I have to compose entries), and I believe it's Consolas. Ugly.

I haven't left the apartment since Valentine's Day, when I went out to get the new laser printer.

At least it's looking like all we'll get off Q is rain and wind. We still have quite a lot of snow on the ground from Nemo. In Birmingham, spring isn't too far away. Here, we have at least another couple of months. And maybe no genuinely warm weather until June. I would be in Birmingham were the social and cultural environment of Birmingham not mired in hatred and bigotry.

Yesterday, I wrote 1,367 words on Chapter Three of Red Delicious. On Wednesday, I wrote 1,322 words on the chapter. Today, I'll finish Chapter Three. Yesterday, my editor and I also talked about the cover for Red Delicious, and that went well. I've almost finished with the CEM for The Ape's Wife and Others. And...well, the work all blurs together. Work.

I should try to leave the house this evening.

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Aunt Beast
Tags: bigots, birmingham, blogging, cems, depression, shut in, snow, the ape's wife, ugliness
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