I had a bunch of e-mails about having ordered Kindle books. It turned out they were free ones I had pre-ordered over the last few months.
Noting so I'll hopefully remember: Biyuti is going back to "they, them, their" pronouns, which is what they used when we first started communicating. They used feminine pronouns for a while, but apparently that didn't feel right for them.
Slightly later: I chatted with Jules for a while. She talked about themes for Google, and said she had the tea house fox one. I decided to get it, but it was covered over by all the e-mail in my inbox, so I sorted out the e-mail in there into other categories.
Later: Mom and I went to the library, and then made the inevitable trip to the grocery store. We saw M.H. there. M.H. and I first met when we were taking Hebrew lessons at a local synagogue. She was a member, and I wanted to learn new things. I think Mom told Papa H. at the time that I was taking Hebrew lessons. That was when I was just out of college.
The tea house fox is now having tea with a monkey. I can tell this will keep me entertained for several days.
Later still: The tea house fox is eating from a bowl, while birds feed outside the door. It's reminding me that it's dark out, which my typical things on the computer don't.
I texted with WhiteSheepCBD a little. I spoke to P. for a while.
I am reading "Love Is For Children," an Avengers fic series in which the Avengers do ageplay, but in a G-rated way. There are plenty of notes about recovering from childhood trauma and learning healthy coping mechanisms.