The coffee is strong this morning and the nicotine is flowing. And I think I actually slept last night, which is weird as hell. But enough about that.
Edits for Wish Hits the Fan are done. Today is for formatting. If I get it done, I may upload today. Definitely uploading tomorrow at the latest. Which means I will be outside the ten day window for setting books to 'pre-order' on Amazon. Yay! Then I can forget about it - well, except for marketing and junk - and get back to writing Early Grave again.
Last week, I read The Great Escape (yes, the one the movie is based on) and it was most excellent. I cried, of course. Then I read The Black Fawn by Jim Kjelgaard (the author of Big Red) and it was also most excellent. And I cried. Then my edits came back and I stopped reading to get this done. Next up on my reading to-do list is Silver James' Assassin's Moon. Squee!
I went fishing a little.
In case anyone wants an update on my ankle, it's still there. The bruising is gone. It's still a little twingy from time to time. Thanks to you all for your concern last week. I'm still taking it easy. Well, as easy as I can take anything.
Along those lines, we got the weeding done for the year. Any weeds grow and they get a reprieve until spring. I really do hate weeding. But I really do love how nice the yard looks when we're done. So I guess we'll keep doing it.
We now have 5 fawns in the herd. This last one arrived with a couple dark colored does and it has almost no spots left. Wherever they came from, they're ready for fall.
And we lost a baby raccoon this week. It died of unknown causes in our back yard. I suspect snake bite, because it didn't actually look sick or injured. Of course, I didn't do a full on investigation. Hubs buried it for me while I was out shopping.
Well, I guess that's it for me. What it for you?