Which, yes, gave me a bad case of the "oh crap"s.
Nonetheless, I made it into DTW in a timely fashion. The flight down to DFW was uneventful, and I got the first part of what would eventually be 2.75 hours of editing on Sunspin done. I spent the rest of my time divided between Charlie Stross' Laundry books and Saladin Ahmed's Throne of the Crescent Moon, both of which I'm enjoying immensely. I don't normally split my attention between two books, but I have Stross in eBook and Ahmed in dead tree, and the exigencies of air travel caused me to have to switch modes periodically.
In Dallas, we took a long time landing due to the 50 mph cross-winds on the runway slowing air traffic down severely. That also slowed down the arriving flight that would become the equipment for my Portland connection, to the degree of being almost two hours late. So much for my plan of flying through Dallas to avoid winter weather delays in Chicago or Denver. So much for a good night's sleep, as well.
Anent Sunspin, I got through the first revision pass of the first half of Calamity of So Long a Life, and began embedding the comments for an initial pass through the second half. Right now, I'm actually a bit ahead of schedule for what I expected on this book. I think that's a good thing, but it might also mean I have been skimming work when I should be digging deeper. We shall see...
Also, I forgot to mention that at Epic Confusion
This afternoon is another girls' basketball game, though
And of course, now that I'm home, Day Jobbery.