I went out to the back yard for a little bit. It was pleasant out. I'd take a picture of the 'Duchesse de Brabant' rose if it weren't drooping on the stem. The stems of the tea rose are quite slender, and the flowers droop. Perhaps they wouldn't if I had pruned the rose back. The white mistflower is in bloom. The little bay tree has done very well this summer. I'll have to see if someone in garden club can overwinter it.
I spent a good part of the portion of the day that I was awake going through Tiger Cub's book, doing a second proofreading run and making other editing comments. That was my priority.
I answered some online friends' e-mails. I have more to answer, plus some e-mail from S.M.
Later: I talked briefly to S.M. and answered a couple of her e-mails.
I got free stories of Josephine Myles', then got a couple of books of hers from Samhain. One of the free stories was Pole Star, which was cute.