Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Hot and humid
With the heat index, it’s supposed to go well over 100 degrees today. Yuck.
24 shows. I don’t know how I’m going to deal with the physical, and, more importantly, the psychological drain and still do everything I need to do over the past few weeks.
Looks like the job with the marine biology site was filled, but I’m going to check back with them every few months to see what’s going on. Sometimes, being at the right place at the right time is half the battle.
Got nothing done on Elusive Prayers last night. Too tired to think.
I found six of my old Agatha Christie books, but I have about 30 or more, and I don’t know where they are. That caused all sorts of anxiety, out of proportion with the situation. They are books, paperbacks, many of which I bought at sales for a dime, or on trips for (I looked at the back cover of one) 30p. It’s not the book (or loss thereof) causing the anxiety. It’s what the book represents in my life, which is a time of happiness and security and long, happy hours, especially in the summer, where the only demand on me was to read whatever I wanted.
Elusive Prayers will travel with me to work, and, hopefully, I can get something done on it.
I also need to tackle an episode of Tapestry before I catch my train.
Cutthroat Charlotte was by far the most-requested serial in the First Fifty promotion, with Tapestry second. Good to know.
For a free issue of any of the above serials, click the appropriate link and download.