Quick entry today because it's a holiday... well, no, actually, I slept in until 0700, and not because I stayed up late, rather I was tired, and it's cold outside. Winter temps are blessing the area, finally. And snow is on the way as well, starting very late this afternoon, about an hour before I head home from work. Forecasters are saying we might be getting 4 - 5 inches. Temps tomorrow are not predicted to climb above freezing, so it'll be sticking around for a few days.
Work was steady yesterday. I got 2 measures for carpet, that means 3 measures for the past week. Management is pleased with me.
As part of the prep work for my next book, The Body in History, I've been having some conversations with Jon, my PT friend about types of therapy he'd prescribe for certain injuries, say a broken ankle, and a compound fracture of the femur, among other things. Now how in the world could this be related to Eli and Max going to Greece? I know you can't hear me, but I just let loose with one of my evil laughs.
I've also been chatting with David up in New York on turning the first 2 books in the series into audio books. I see difficulties looming ahead, he sees challenges, especially in The Body on the Lawn, which relies on flashbacks, some going back over 20 years. I changed the font in the book to let the reader know a flashback was happening, I don't know how he's going to do that in an audiobook.