In which I have far too much to do

It will not surprise you to learn that I have been putting off a number of things that needed doing, and as a result it is the Sunday before I have to go back to work and I have a number of Things that need accomplishing. That said … the reading room is done? Or close enough, at least? I need to do something with that shelf in the middle, there, the one that is leaning to the side; hopefully I can come up with a way to push the shelf next to it a couple inches over to shore it up a bit without removing every single Goddamned book off of the shelves again. We had one bookshelf fall apart moving it from the living room to here, and several of these are not going to survive another transition, but if I can pin it between two shelves that are more or less properly vertical we ought to be okay.

I’ll put up some pictures of the living room and the bathroom soon too; the living room’s conversion is complete, barring only some cable management behind the TV that — wait for it — I’ve been putting off, and, well, the bathroom is exciting. But for now I’m going to cross “blog post” off of my to-do list and move on to something else. I gotta make it through five days this week and then I get a three-day weekend for MLK Day; I should be able to manage that, I think.

Monthly Reads: December 2022

Book of the Month is Justina Ireland’s Rust in the Root.

Unread Shelf: December 31, 2022

Not a lot of new books added this month, which actually represents progress? Right?

Monthly Reads: November 2022

No weak links this month, but I’ve got to award Book of the Month to Nghi Vo’s The Chosen and the Beautiful.

Unread Shelf: November 30, 2022

This month’s edition featuring Roald and Strrrt, and entirely too many Goddamned books. I swear, I read.

Also, I figured out after taking the picture that I have a setting called “Rich Contrast” enabled on my phone somehow, which is why the last two images have looked so very saturated. It’s fixed now, but I was too lazy to retake the picture.