Feb. 13th, 2017

Had a nice little bachelorette weekend while Yeats went to AWP, as I couldn't get out of work to accompany him and (technically) his publisher didn't actually invite me. No worries, I got delicious stuff from the Indian food truck, binged on season 2 of Outlander (OMG THE CLOTHES!), and cuddled Westley and Hector, both of whom subscribe to the "love the one you're with" belief when it comes to available laps. Thankfully, we have both recovered from the Martian Death Cold and were able to respectively enjoy ourselves.

Firiel will be here on Friday! I am looking forward to seeing her more than I can say, especially since, if I do go down South for the visiting of aunties and Grandmother next month, that will probably mean Yeats and I can't do our usual TN summer trip. I mean, we could, I will still have one week of vacation days left post-March, but that would be all of my vacation time gone by mid-July, which would mean no extra days off around our anniversary, no spare days here and there if Yeats gets con invites, no relaxation days when Christmas comes around again. So maybe it will just be me with my folks next month, rather than both of us in June/July. Yeats says he is fine whichever way it goes, although I believe that in his heart of hearts, he does not want to spend two days this summer driving to and from TN.

Work is such fun. Our first sex-trafficking case, and my first (although not Aveline's) case involving Munchausen's Syndrome by proxy! *cries quietly*

Reading Log: The Hanging Tree by Ben Aaronovitch; Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo; Remnants of Trust by Elizabeth Bonesteel; Kindred by Octavia Butler and Damian Duffy; The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman; Postcards from the Edge by Carrie Fisher; The Forever War by Joe Haldeman; Archivist Wasp by Nicole Kornher-Stace; Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb; A List of Cages by Robin Roe; Scythe by Neal Shusterman; Wild Embrace by Nalini Singh; And I Darken by Kiersten White; Ms. Marvel: Civil War II by G. Willow Wilson, and an attempt to read Connie Willis' Crosstalk that ended when I slammed the book shut hating every single character.



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