When the weather is whiplashing around (65 degrees today, 35 and wintery mix forecast for tomorrow, then cold, then warmer, then colder again, and on and off precip for the next ten days), you're scrambling to do last minute shopping for groceries not gifts, amongst the ignoratti that wait until four days before Christmas, and the kids get to stay home, so are constantly underfoot.
Yes, we have everything. No, we don't have anything wrapped.
Can I just go to sleep and wake up after the kids go back to school in January?
I have the kids out for two weeks plus two days (they have tomorrow off, and don't go back until the 9th). I'm going to have Odysseus reset the time permitted for them to play with their Kindle Fires, since the weather's going to be truly terrible for a lot of their break, and we don't have the garage cleared out yet.
I'm planning on working on editing the two pieces I have finished (Detritus and Normalcy Bias) while the kids are out, with a little writing when and as I can. I should have the first chapter of Detritus edited and posted tomorrow. I'm hoping to get it done and polished up (and put up for sale) by New Year's Day.
Kinda depends on the kids' behavior, and how much wrangling and referee-ing I have to do.
I'm already feeling the weather shift. I think I'm going to dig out my gloves, and not climb out of my sweats at all tomorrow.
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