Forty-two weeks in... ten weeks of 2021 left. Blerg. Oh, well. I guess I'll start shifting my hopes that 2022 will be better.
In writerly news, I did start working on those edit notes. Don't get excited. I only did two pages so far and it's making me want to rewrite the beginning. Don't get excited there either because I always feel this way when I start editing and I rarely rewrite the beginning due to it.
I really should set up some kind of freebie/sale thing for this week, what with Halloween fast approaching and junk. We'll see. I'd hate to set up a sale and have my internet be all Mr. Poopyhead on me.
Speaking of internet, it's been fine so far this weekend. We'll see what it's like tomorrow morning when we really need it. We're still playing with the idea of satellite internet in place of or in addition to DSL.
On the reading front, I finally finished the anthology and I also read another book. So, I'm only like 8 books behind now. I also picked up a paperback I've been casually looking for when I'm out and about. It was surprising to find it in the Dollar General book rack, but yay. I started reading it last night.
I didn't do a whole lot of baking this week. A thing of baked spaghetti and a batch of granola bars.
Not much baking because I've been in the woods every day, except yesterday. Only a couple hours each day, but it kind of makes me not want to do anything else. We're dragging logs up out of the woods and sawing them into firewood. Then we stack the wood. We've got quite a goodly amount after 6 days, which is cool. When we get a wood stove, we'll have the fuel all ready to go. And it's awesome exercise. Nothing quite like getting some productive exercise going on. I mean, I can walk/bike a hundred miles and go nowhere or I can make firewood and end up with something. I'd rather have something to show for it when I'm done.
With the internet being a bastard all week, I spent a lot of time watching TV. Funny since there really isn't anything on - even though we have free movie channels right now, too. We're debating getting rid of the TV altogether. Can we do it? :shrug: I certainly wouldn't miss the $114 for Direct TV every month. And I can live without the reruns, which are about all I'm watching these days anyway.
Ahem... anyway, the deer are fine. They're getting ready for the rut, so we're not seeing them in large groups right now and they're not eating as much corn. This is cyclical, so we're not worried or anything. They'll be back. They always are. We are starting to see glimpses of the larger bucks as they wander through looking for the gals to love on.
The chipmunk has moved out of the flower bed and now seems to be inhabiting the wood pile. We've seen him and another one chasing each other around it. We're only removing the big logs we can get to easily, so no worries for them in their winter accommodations.
Oh, before I forget, when I was on the phone with CenturyLink, I got a customer service rep who sounded EXACTLY like Martin Short doing Franck in Father of the Bride (the Steve Martin one). I about fell out of my chair trying not to laugh. Seriously. I was slapping my leg and holding it all in. I wrote a note so Hubs would know why I was acting so weird. And then after I hung up, all the laughter came out at once in this sort of weird cackle. I don't know if the dude actually sounded like that or he was doing the accent to sort of break up his day, but if it was the latter, he did a most excellent job and he stayed in character for the whole conversation. Goid one, phone dude! Made a horrible task almost enjoyable for me.
Anyway, that was my week. How was yours?