Well, here we go, it's Monday, and it's raining, and I have to spend 6 hours at the store (from 10 - 4). While working is no longer the fun it used to be, I haven't reached the point where I abhor sitting at the flooring desk. Actually, the only issue I'm having at present is the app we use to punch in. That's right, punch cards are gone. Typing in your id number is done only as a last resort, mostly because the touch screen is slow. And the app, which we've been using for over a year, has recently been updated. Sometimes it connects through Wi-Fi, and other times you need to turn the Wi-Fi on your phone off. What a pain in the ass.
I'm getting my car inspected tomorrow. This is important, since it always happens around this time every year. Why? Because I wait at the dealership, and while I'm waiting, I begin the editing process of the next book. So, while the mechanics are making sure my lights flash, and my horn honks, I'll be making notes and writing in changes in The Body Under Ice. No spoilers here, but it's quite different. I mean, what does the population of a town which is basically a seasonal tourist attraction do in the off season?
And for those who don't know.