Yeah, that about sums it up.
I wonder how much writing research papers has changed since my time in school during the pre-internet age. Do teachers and professors still require books be used for citations? I assume they have to allow web links these days. Is Wikipedia verboten like physical encyclopedias were? One could use them as a starting point for where and what to research, but not as citations; that was considered plagiarism, since research had been done to write the encyclopedic article.
I have no children, so I guess I’ll just have to continue wondering without answers.
Hopefully, I will be able to view the lunar eclipse tonight. There is local cloud cover, but it’s not very thick. I watched the moon rise through the trees; basically a bright, watery blur.
Tribble and Star proved they can be just as big butts as their brother, Cricket. Neither wanted to come out of my bedroom today when it came time to run errands. I could have shut them in there to prevent an escape to the Outside, but that would have cut them off from their food, water, and litter pans. Rattling Mardi Gras beads on the kitchen floor finally lured them out, and I was able to put them in their room with the boys. Wally and Louie know the routine and usually don’t present a problem with the round up; usually.
Looks like I’m facing another work week of 11+ hour shifts, nights this time around. Friday work still remains unknown.
Hopefully I will finish Maven, Fairy Godmother: Through the Veil this week. I’m nearly to the halfway point. It’s nearly 500 pages long; something I don’t encounter very often in an indie book. Although I only get chances to read it in short bursts, I find it easy to get right back into the story. I definitely want to see what happens.
Can’t think of anything else to be random about right now; so I’m going to go ahead and post this now.