Yesterday as advertised,
Afterwards we popped over to Powell’s, stopping to take a picture of Charlie and his name on the marquee.
(Pardon the crappy lighting.)
The writer who’d been tapped to introduce
I did manage to get 2,800 words on Sunspin between the end of Day Jobbery and leaving for dinner, so I’m back on that horse and feeling good about things. Today I’ll be working on Sunspin some more, plus a small nonfiction project, plus some more edits to the Hugo script.
The overshoot, of course, was me wearing out so badly last night. By the time we left Powell’s, my entire incision was aching with a dull pressure. I got home, took some Tylenol and pretty much stumbled into bed to sleep 8.5 hours. These last few days I’ve been doing more —being social, running errands, going out in the evening — and it really has taken a toll on me. All of which underscores why I am renting a scooter at Worldcon, for all that such a move feels like a real blow to my pride. I’m just not all here yet.
But the important parts are.
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