I read the latest chapter of "Hands of Clay." It was over 11,000 words. The chapters might not come very quickly, but they're long chapters. I got the free Fridays Nook book, and a couple of free BookBub books.
It's the Tyler Arboretum plant sale for members day. It's raining hard. I am sitting under my full-spectrum light for a while, and then I'll go out.
A few hours later: I went to the plant sale. We already had begonias, geraniums and impatiens at home. They had some nice coleus, but I don't know where we'd put it. I looked at the herbs area and got ginger mint, spearmint and "Julep" mint, which I'm pretty sure is a kind of spearmint. Members got a free plant. I got another blue flag iris. I looked at the perennials, but we already have a good number of perennials. I was soaking wet from the rain. I didn't even go look at the trees and shrubs. I just headed out with my mints and free iris.
When I got home, I reread parts of books four and five of the Temeraire series.
Later than that: I went out to a Chinese restaurant with a buffet. I tried octopus and calamari. They were so spicy that it was hard to tell what they tasted like, but they were chewy. I tried fried calamari, and that particular dish didn't happen to be so spicy. The calamari was still chewy. I tried frog's legs. They actually kind of do taste like chicken. I also ate things that were familiar to me. It was nice to see the other Friday Night Friends. A.J. sat next to me, and we were talking a little.
Paeonia posted a new chapter of "Quo Vadis," and I read that.