December 17th, 2014

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Wednesday so far

I went to bed a little before 1:00 a.m.  I'd been bad and stayed up chatting with WhiteSheepCBD until nearly midnight, when I'm supposed to turn the computer off at 11:00 p.m.  I was very tired by midnight.  I slept until 11:00 a.m.

I made it to an appointment.  I went to the grocery store.  I got eggnog, and a sweet potato pie for Dad's birthday "cake."  He likes sweet potato pie.

While I was home, I gave Dad a present of a complimentary ticket to the Brandywine River Museum.  I'd gotten it when I went to their native plant sale in the spring.  I'll have to see if any of what I got is still alive next spring.  The largest thing I got was a little witch hazel in a two-gallon or so pot.  I think I got irises and columbines, too.

I texted WhiteSheepCBD to tell her that Rainjoy had updated the mpreg.  I'm sure we'll talk sometime tonight.  She told me that she'd checked on the BBC America website, and the second season of "The Musketeers" starts here on January 17th.  I'm excited.  There was a new character spoiler photo and name right on the home page.  He's the character that was in the book.

A. e-mailed me.  I'll see if he wants to chat a bit tonight.

Later: I went through my books and searched on Goodreads a lot to try to find the presses that published books of GLBT interest before e-books were relatively common in some circles.  I remembered Alyson, Cleis, and Harrington Park Press.  I found a couple published by Haworth in my collection.  Ironically, I'd forgotten Lethe.  I found a few of the books I'd read more recently were published by Suspect Thoughts Press.  Routledge and St. Martin's Press published some books of GLBT interest.  I'm still forgetting one, and will probably wake up at 2:00 a.m. having remembered it.  Or it will bug me for months that I can't remember.

Later still: I chatted with WhiteSheepCBD for a while.  We talked Musketeers, and GLBT publishers.  I told her about C-is-for-circinate looking for a new fandom.  Weeds gave up on Teen Wolf pretty quickly because of their attitudes towards disability.  From what I understood, the attitude was that disability equated to evil.  C stuck with it for years, but is now ready for something new.