Dad went off to his weight-loss class, but I wanted to sit under my sunlight-effect lamp for a while, and get something like sun. It looks gray out today, though I think it's still relatively warm. I went through e-mail. I rarely read the digests from the Goodreads YA LGBT group, because when I look at one, there's always someone having a breakdown/emotional crisis/issues too big for a reading group to help with. I deleted a lot of those. I think I'll only look at certain topics in the group, those threads which hopefully don't have people having a breakdown in the middle of the thread.
The free ARe book today was actually a m/m one. It looked familiar, like I'd already gotten it elsewhere. I got it in various formats anyway, and posted to the Goodreads Backlot Gay Book Forum about it being free.
I need to make more comments on the fics I've enjoyed on AO3. I am one who reads a lot, but doesn't comment much, and I really should comment.
Slightly later: I recommended the mute!Bucky fic to Colton and Weeds. It's got a lot of good stuff about disability. I texted WhiteSheepCBD to say hello.
Later: I did Christmas cards. A. is an atheist, so I wished him "happy days off" and a Happy New Year. I wrote cards for the garden club ladies, other real life people, and some I talk to on the phone, like A.
Later still: Mom and I went to the grocery store in the early evening, so at least I got out of the house. I chatted with Riah for a while. I looked over my latest editing job.
I did laundry.
I printed out the editing job, because I couldn't focus that intently on a computer screen for that long. I think I line edited the original stories, because it looks familiar. The names seem to be spelled consistently throughout, which, considering that author, makes me think I had a hand in it.
I commented on some of the Avengers fic I liked. Some was old fic, but hopefully the writers will see it. Riah said that fic writers love comments. I recommended "War, Children" to Sam. I wished Jamie happy holidays.