The talk yesterday went very well, and I'm hoping to go back next year. (Yo, girasole! Next year, it'll be in Pittsburgh, so maybe we can fold a trip to visit relative-type people in!) The autographing was disappointing, though I did sell one Quality of Leadership and the local Borders sold two of A Burning House and one of Four Walls. I also got to meet (and geeble at) Victoria Thompson, the author of an excellent series of murder mysteries taking place in early 20th-century New York City.
This morning was promotion day at the dojo. I'm not eligible to go up yet, so I volunteered to help with the kids' promotion. I mostly babysat the yellow belts while they took their written tests, and also ran them through some kata and self-defense.
Then Terri and I went to the gym (we even got to drive, thanks to my emergency car rental, which was nice since it was raining), also stopping at Target for some stuff.
Between Marcus's diagnosis on Thursday, driving to Rutgers and back in the rain on Friday, driving to Lancaster and back yesterday, and today's exertions, I'm poopied out. I'm likely to spend the evening vegging in front of the Yankees-Mets game on ESPN.
But now, back to proofreading......