At least until the driveway gets shoveled clear. Which is going to be a task which is not mine.
And we have more snow predicted for mid-week. Fortunately, Friday is projected to be cold and sunny, because that’s the day we’ll be heading down to Boston for the Boskone sf/fantasy convention. Watch this space for the unified Doyle&Macdonald convention schedule, to be appearing Real Soon Now.
Meanwhile, I have an editing gig to work on, which I have grievously neglected the past two days, because the household was afflicted not only with snow, but with a nasty but fast-moving bug that somehow slipped under this season’s flu-shot radar. (Better last week than this coming weekend, is all I can say.)
Self-publishers and cover designers take note: The Metropolitan Museum of Art has placed “more than 375,000 images” from its online collection into the public domain for free and unrestricted use.
Which is a bit of good news to brighten up what is – at least up here in far northern New Hampshire – a grey and snowy day, in a generally grey and dispiriting season.
Or, what our driveway looked like yesterday morning:
And it snowed some more, after that. And it’s snowing now.
In weather like this, there really isn’t much to do except stay inside at the computer and
listen to the chatter of the road crews on the office scanner work on the various projects currently in hand.
(This is also why the very next editing gig that comes in has got “studded snow tires” already written on its metaphorical forehead.)