It’s an overcast Monday in Texas, which probably means we can actually walk the dogs later in the evening. It’s nice and quiet here, except for Sookie snoring.
The heartburn medicine is working. There is a lot less pain and pressure. It’s amazing how you can forget that you even have a stomach when it’s not hurting all the time. I’ve been eating bananas and drinking miso soup, which I like anyway, so win. I painstakingly pick all the tofu out. Tofu. Shudder. The only tofu I can stand is superfirm and fried, and fried foods are off the table for now.
We had to dump the draft of Hidden Legacy #3. It wasn’t bad. It just wasn’t good. So we’re a bit behind now, as we’re starting over. I could use a little bit of help. Normally I’d research a whole bunch, but I’m hoping to cut some corners. If anybody with knowledge of fungi and botany has half an hour to waste on helping us with some magic family business, it would be much appreciated. If you’re down – even if you could point me to a good book on it – please email me at email@example.com.
I have learned in college that if you really want to get some information, you should ask someone who is doing it for a living. I’ve asked my botany professor about palms one time and it turned out he specialized in palms. Did you know that palms have more in common with lawn grass than with a pine? I’ve been carrying this mildly useless piece of trivia with me for over two decades. 🙂
Stuffed Currans have been ordered for the release party at Nola. It will be first come, first serve on the Currans. Once they are gone, they are gone. I am not quite sure how this party will go. I don;t know if I should sit our editor and agent at the table and have people ask questions or just have a free-for-all mingling. I may have to ask somebody with more experience than I have.
Thank you for all of the tea recommendations. I have bought a whole bunch and reorganized my tea cabinet. Yes, it takes up the whole cabinet. Leave me alone.