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Sunday so far

I started Storm Grant's Re-Inventing Love, which I am reading in exchange for an honest review.  To be honest, I would have done some of the proofreading differently.  It starts out depressing, but I persevered.  I've gotten to where the protagonists have started working with each other and there's mutual pining.  I went to bed around 1:30 a.m., but wasn't sleepy enough.  I tried again around 2:00 a.m., and that time I don't think it took me long to get to sleep.  I got up a few minutes after my alarm went off, so that wasn't too bad.

Someone from Verizon is supposed to come to fix the computers.  I went to Barnes & Noble.

An hour or two later: I came home and watered my poor dried-out plants.  The bigger patchouli had rooted into the ground, and now that we've moved it, it droops quickly for lack of water.  I watered the plants in the raised bed.  Almost everything has been taken over by the pineapple sage and the spearmint.  The abutilon is blooming.  It has orange flowers.  I should take a picture.

Later: The worker from Verizon fixed the wireless.  I got a little further in Re-Inventing Love.  Overall, it's been a productive day for my purposes.

Later still: I arranged to talk with A., then completely forgot at the appointed time.  I chatted a little with A.W.  I watched large parts of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," which was on FX.  I went through my e-mail.  I picked up an editing job.
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