Since that sunlight-effect lamp is quite bright, I read more of Lessons for Survivors under it. The previous books, at least the Samhain editions, were available in multi-format, but I think Lessons for Survivors came in only e-pub format. Presumably it also comes as a Kindle book.
I called about volunteering to teach a literacy class, which I take it is something like English as a Second Language. The training for that is at a nearby synagogue that hosts a lot of community meetings and events. I took Hebrew lessons there shortly after I graduated from college.
I got a new editing job just hours after I finished the last one, so I'll work on that today. I'll probably go to the Indian grocery and get curry for lunch. I may take a nap this afternoon, considering how little sleep I got. I was doing relatively well with my sleep schedule this past week or so, too.
In the afternoon: I went to the Indian grocery and got goat curry, chicken tikka masala, basmati rice, and a garlic naan. I had the meat dishes when I got home, and cooked some of the basmati rice. I had the naan, which was fresh from being cooked when I got it. They're so good when they're that fresh. They have cilantro on them, too, and I like cilantro. Either it had been a while since I ate anything but very bland food, or the masala and the curry were particularly spicy today, or both those things, but I could really feel it.
The rice had to soak for half an hour, then get to a boil, then be simmered for ten minutes. I read a bit of Siren Song, which I'd read before, while I waited. I'm partway through about six books, two of which I haven't read before. Some I'll probably just put back on the bookshelves.