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Pre-Nebraska

Today, we head to Omaha for our yearly visit. Aside from some dishes and making sure there’s nothing potentially smelly left behind, the apartment is refreshingly clean. Which doesn’t really make me want to leave it, but it will be nice to come home to. The weather has also been ridiculously nice this past week. Not that it isn’t fairly nice in Nebraska this time if year, but 90 degree days in AZ in June are something to be cherished.

I’m more in the mood for this trip than I was last night, for instance. I’ve been displeased with my general work ethic and not getting much done for another two weeks doesn’t seem like a good idea. On the other hand, getting away and doing something mildly different for a while might be exactly what I need. Nonetheless, at the moment, I am not excited about writing even though the ending of Divine Fire is right… …there. And this book is getting good! I just wish for once I was just reading it instead of writing it.

As for the trip, we’re taking the rail to the airport in an effort to avoid airport park cost. It was getting to where it was nearly $100 even with Motorola/Freescale reduction.  *cough*  I’m also putting my mail on hold for the first time. This may not sound like a big deal, but I’m pretty neurotic about mail. Who knows how many rejection slips I might miss if my mail doesn’t get delivered?!

But first!  We’re going out to Weds disc and then probably nabbing a gyro from Niro’s.

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Writer, publisher. Hobbies include reading, studying magic & illusions from a historical/theoretical perspective, and playing ultimate frisbee.

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