Let’s kick things off with a snake in the pool. Wizard caught sight of it swimming around. Both of us were surprised it’d survived any length of time since Wizard had just put acid in the pool. Silly snake. He was small, and I kept my freak out small in response Wizard removed the snake to another location and warned him to stay away.
Saturday, I got my copy edits back for SAVAGED DEVOTION, the final book in The Savaged Illusions Trilogy. They were light edits, so I got those done pretty quick. Now I’m doing a final proofread (after two rounds of editing with two different professional editors), and I’m trying to do it slowly enough to catch things that has slipped by us. Then I must send this book to formatting and let it go. This is my last pass, no matter what the perfectionist in my head says
Saturday night was Halloween. It’s Maggie’s favorite night. After the first group of kids, she was so happy, she was deer-hopping. She doesn’t bark, just runs to the door and wiggles all over as if she can’t contain all her joy. If it’s one of the neighbor kids she knows, she’s even more thrilled, and usually manages to get them to pet her and tell her she’s cute. But this, the Year of Covid Misery That Won’t End, we only had three groups of kids, less than ten in total. Maggie was so bummed. Of course, I totally get why parents are being cautious.
I’m writing this blog before we go to dinner with CPA Boy and Special K to the steakhouse so I haven’t found out how Turbo’s Halloween went yet. But I know he had a little party with his cousins, so I’m sure he had a blast.
So how was your Halloween? Are you adjusting to the time change? And did you have a good weekend?