Anyway, they let us go home early, so I went home, and got bubble tea in Flushing.
Came home and checked out the e-mail from the editor of the Outside In books. He said he was happy to have me aboard, gave me a deadline of four weeks, and told me where to find the list of Kolchak episodes that were still available. I decided to take Horror in the Heights, the one about the rakshasa. I found my Kiolchak dvds, and tomorrow I shall be reviewing the episode and taking notes. I have already decided to call the essay "Is That a Crossbow in Your Pocket, or Are You Just happy to See Me?" 800 to 1000 words, should be OK to write.
After that I Skyped the FWiB. He is doing well. We had a nice long talk.
Good news, tentatively, about Aunt Helen. She is dong very well, and pending the results of some tests, they are letting her go home tomorrow. I called the Kid and told her on voicemail, but she didn't answer.
Free day tomorrow, thank goodness. I have had three days now in a row of getting up early, and I want to sleep late for a change!
1. The FWiB.
2. Aunt Helen doing well.
3. Didn't rain today.
4. Warm apartment.
5. The Kid.
6. Sleeping late tomorrow.