Also, tonight I was interviewed by a high-school student (child of a friend) for a science fiction class he's taking. All kinds of questions about "what's the first book you remember reading" and "what was the most memorable thing that happened while you were trying to sell a story." I feel so professional.
At work I have been learning Photoshop. Now I find myself looking at book covers and seeing the masks and layers that might have been used to produce them.
I've been meaning to mention what we've been having for dinner, because we've been cooking and eating very well lately. Käseschnitzel with gnocchi and red cabbage; sloppy joes (entirely improvised, and they turned out great); tandoori chicken with Gujerati cabbage. I like cooking with Kate, and the new kitchen is still wonderful over a year later. She also fixed me chocolate pudding, in a shallow dish so it would have plenty of the yummy skin on top, but, alas, it failed to set properly. Will have to try again soon.
Very tired. To bed now. Tomorrow: revisions on the Jupiter story.