. . . can be found here
(link leads to the DSF page).
I have been remiss! But also on vacation, and then writing (short stories, yes I know it's not May anymore), and now back at work which means buried under a pile of e-mail. I got halfway through last week's e-mail today! Working backward. And also skipping anything that couldn't be immediately dealt with. Still progress, I suppose.
It seems to be FINALLY summer here, which makes me happy, even if the nearest pool is still in that phase where it's overrun by kids and teenagers b/c it's the beginning of the summer and they haven't swum for nine months. I suspect the glamor will wear off in a few weeks, but for now I have to REALLY want it to brave the jumping and splashing and that weird feeling of being a single person going to a small pool when everyone else there is with family or friends. Awkward much? Yes. Keeping me from swimming on weekends? So far. I just have to get home from work before the temperature gets too low. One of these days . . .
And that's about it. Vacation was awesome and relaxing. WisCon was The Best, again. I will be returning next year, barring financial ruin.
Ooh, also, I read some really good YA books! I will list them here, in case I am too lazy/overworked to come back and review them properly: Cinder by Marissa Meyer, Team Human by Justine Larabalestier and Sarah Rees Brennan, The Five Flavors of Dumb by Anthony John, and a re-read-but-still-awesome, Highway to Hell, By Rosemary Clement-Moore.