My day started at seven--a little late for me, but I'd been up until five am the night before. To start off with, I spent a lot of time this morning involved with e-mails and editing. Despite my resolve not to edit until after the convention, I neglected to realize that I needed to edit the excerpts for the Aurora promotional CDs. So that took a couple of hours, then I had to lay the documents for the CD out again. Once that was done, though, I went to work on the house. Audrey would be here at about five.
Funny, isn't it? I called Audrey for help because my back was fucked up and then proceeded to fuck it up more getting the house clean for her stay here with the baby--who promptly messed the house right back up. I started in the guest bedroom.
I've been getting ready for Cynthia Vespia to come stay with me during the convention. So, I went ahead and decked out the guest room with new linens and things and hadn't planned on putting them out until right before she got here. Well, naturally, that didn't work out quite as I planned. So I put on the new bed linens (gorgeous) and dusted and scrubbed and cleaned. When, at last, the guest bedroom was *perfect* I went into the living room, fully intending to get some promotional work done.
That lasted five minutes. Two hours later, the living room was immaculate and I went into the kitchen to make a pot of coffee.
An hour and a half later, including a lovely half-hour span on my hands and knees scrubbing the floor, I had to go to the restroom.
Well, I'd bought a new shower curtain too. I couldn't very well hang it unless I cleaned the rest of the bathroom, right?
It was now four-thirty. I took a broom to the hallway and was just sweeping the last of the debris into the dustpan when the door opened and here came Audrey and the baby!
Guess what I did the rest of the day?
Yep. Exactly. Save for the one-time pristine condition of my now-wrecked house, I accomplished absolutely nothing. I'd call it a wasted day, but hell--now my baby is here with her baby. Overall, then, it was a great day.