I used the full-spectrum light for a little bit. I didn't get the free Nook book, as it was post-apocalyptic. I asked Dad what he wanted from the books available in the comments. Nothing particularly struck him. I got one about the March on Washington, which I'll probably need to read on the computer, but that's okay. Mom might be interested, too. I got a few mysteries.
Glee is on tonight, the first part of a two-parter. I'm not sure if it will be a cliffhanger.
Dad is watching episode seven of "Sherlock." He watched episode six yesterday. So he's watching an episode that aired two years later than episode six the day after he watched episode six. Can't get better than that.
I got another editing job, which I will work on tonight.
A couple of hours later: Dad and I watched episode one of season two of "The Musketeers." Now he's ready for tomorrow.
I chatted with Riah a little bit. I had been trying to avoid Tumblr. I looked at "Warnings Addict." I looked at You Gotta Let It Out, and they'd added a couple of entries. They're nearly through "Extraordinary Merry Christmas."
Later: Dad watched episode eight of "Sherlock."
(*spoilers for Glee*)
Mom and I watched S6 ep. 3 of Glee. It was a particularly wacky one. Sue has a Klaine shrine. I was unspoiled for Vocal Adrenaline performing "Rock Lobster" by the B-52s and Devo's "Whip It." I'm not sure how I feel about being unspoiled. In a way it's kind of cool, but in a way the anticipation would have been nice, too.