I finished up the editing job.
Dad and I went to the dentist. After we were done, we stopped at the church S.M. attends. The youth group there was having a plant sale fundraiser, and we ordered plants. Dad and I stopped at Home Depot to look at plants, too, but I didn't get any today. I may get some later in the week.
I looked around outside. The 'Ice Follies' daffodils are blooming, and some of the 'King Alfred' daffodils. I went out to near the end of the back yard, where the winter honeysuckle is. That has some open flowers on it. I went over to the mahonia. That's starting to bloom. The winter honeysuckle and the mahonia both smell good in their different ways. I looked at the shade gardens. In the one by the pear tree, a columbine is starting to come up. I didn't see any fiddleheads coming up yet from the ferns in the garden with big tree branches hanging low over it. I saw that the perennial forget-me-not was coming up.
Later: YMCA-P. called, and I talked to him for a bit. I chatted with WhiteSheepCBD for hours. I got a couple of e-books. One was the third in Keira Andrews' "forbidden Amish romance" series. It was on sale at Amazon, but I got it directly from Smashwords. That means I can't lend it out, but it also means that I have a DRM-free, multi-format book.
(Edited to add: I later found out that it was accidentally on sale, and it's back to regular price everywhere now, I think.)