I just kicked Kid 2 and her violin out of here so I could write about her. Do you think that could cause anxiety?*
Month: July 2009 (page 1 of 3)
Once, before I had any children, I heard this great story. I’m way too lazy to look it up, so you’re getting the 15+ years later version out of my memory.
Mmmm. I’m eating breakfast. Yes, right now. Yes, in front of the computer. * Here’s what I’m having:
Netflix delivery came – and it brought a barrage of ridiculous 80s comedy.
Thanks for great comments about the “whitewashing” covers problem. It’s a start, talking about it. And opening eyes in general. I find my eyes only half open sometimes, and I appreciate people pointing out to me so many Important things I may miss.
So there’s a big, roaring talk-thing happening right now across the inter-ma-net about book covers. I don’t know when it began, but I fell into it yesterday morning when reading Justine Larbalestier‘s blog post about her latest book, LIAR.
I know it’s nothing earth-shattering. And it’s better than it used to be. Being in the thirties has some powerful compensations. But still…