I took Mom grocery shopping in the morning, and then went over to S.M.'s. We had lunch, and then I helped her with various computer things. I had saved my pictures from the garden club June tea party onto a flash drive, and copied that into her pictures folder. We printed out the ones she liked.
Shandyall had updated "Cadences," and I read that before I went out. I re-read chapter 14 of "Grey." I'm re-reading "All the Other Ghosts." I need to read some library books.
Later: I finally finished reading Nine for the Devil, a John the Lord Chamberlain Mystery. That was a library book I'd had on and off for a couple of months. I had read part of it some time ago, but read the whole thing tonight. I believe it's the last in the series.
Later still: For a couple of days, So Thinky/Just Thinky has been recommending Real Person Fiction. Within the last two weeks or so, I unfollowed two people because I was trying to stay away from RPF, which I don't want to read. One person summarized an RPF menage story that she had read. One had gifs that were captioned to be RPF. I realize that if I unfollowed everyone I follow who recommended RPF and/or reblogged it that that would be almost everybody I follow. I don't want to unfollow Just Thinky. I feel like a hypocrite. It doesn't feel as bad to me if it's behind a cut, so I don't start reading something without realizing what it is. As I said recently, I'm finding the idea of RPF featuring people who are probably actually dating to be as distressing as RPF of people who definitely aren't.
(The next day: I told So Thinky some of what I felt. She tagged her RPF as that. I need to get an addition so I can blacklist anything with "RPF" as a tag. But it was nice of her.)