I called S.M. to let her know I was awake, and left a message. She called me back a bit after noon, when she'd gotten home from her women's prayer group. She had lunch and went off to where the garden club meets to water the planters there. I got there before she'd gotten back, and took some pictures of the star clematis. She got back a few minutes after I'd gotten to her house.
I gave her the printouts of the garden club handbook pages. I had saved those pages onto a flash drive, and tried to integrate them with a copy of the handbook, only the handbook was from a couple of years ago. I said I'd do it at home.
I had put pictures from the garden club meeting into a folder on my flash drive, and managed to successfully transfer them over to her computer, so we could look at those and she could print them out.
I installed iTunes on her computer. I hadn't realized she already had two copies each of her CDs. She'd been going to a shop to have copies made. I taught her a little about iTunes. I'll teach her more next time.
All in all, it was a somewhat productive visit. We didn't get everything done that I wanted to get done, but she got some things I'd wanted to give her.
I got a YA book to edit from Tiger Cub. It's science fiction. I'm not sure if it's YA so much as it is a book with teenaged characters.
I finished the short story editing job.
One of Dear Author's Daily Deals was the first three novels of Ashley Gardner's Captain Lacey mysteries and two shorter stories in the series, all for 99 cents. I'd read the Captain Lacey novels. I think I gave them to a secondhand bookstore, when I weeded through my books for lack of space. I hadn't read any shorter stories in the series. I got that bundle.
Later: I went on a first proofreading run through Tiger Cub's book. I think it would be fine for older teens to read.
It was a pretty productive day for editing.