I'm going to call Roshani in a bit and see if she wants to come over with the baby. If so, I'll spend a couple of hours watching Zoe while Roshani tries to start studying for an exam she has in six weeks. Means I won't get any more work done today myself, but that's okay. I need to ease back into this work thing slowly anyway. :-)
I also feel like cooking, possibly as a result of working on that essay. The essay focused on Sri Lankan food, but I think I'll go French for lunch -- I'm thinking a cream of asparagus soup, and a potato-onion frittata. Mmm...okay, now I'm hungry.
Before I go, I will belatedly remind you that Strange Horizons had tons of good stuff last week, which I forgot to tell you about, and a whole bunch of good stuff this week. Some highlights include a two-part action-adventure story, somewhat reminiscent of Survivor, a interview with Tad Williams about his new Shadowmarch project, a gallery by artist Kari Christenson (a BYU student whom I discovered at LTUE), a linguistics lesson from Suzette Haden Elgin, poetry, reviews, etc. and so on. It's all good.