Cats and outlines
I feel guilty because I haven’t been posting much lately, but at the same time, life has sort of narrowed down into things that aren’t very interesting. Or, rather, that aren’t very bloggable especially not after the flurry of props and puppetry posts.
Yesterday was fairly low-key, largely because I spent the day hanging out in the kitchen. Maggie would eat a few bites at a time if I was in there, so I hauled a chair in and hooked the computer up. She eventually ate some White Chunk Tuna in oil with a fair bit of enthusiasm and even had some kibble.
Today, mysteriously, she likes the kibble and not the tuna. The ways of ailing kitties are mysterious. The kitchen floor has seven bowls of different food set out to tempt her. It’s a kitty buffet.
My big accomplishment yesterday was finishing the outline for Glamour in Glass, the sequel to Shades of Milk and Honey. With the help of Michael Livingston, I pounded out some details to make them clearer for people who aren’t in my head. You know how it goes. “Interesting scene with local characters” makes total sense to me it’s just, um, not particularly clear to the rest of humanity.
I actually like outlines and at some point will post the two versions of the outline for folks to look at. There’s the one that’s meant for me, and there’s the one that’s “unpacked” to make sense for other people.
I sent the outline off to my wonder-agent, Jennifer Jackson
to see what she thinks and spent the rest of the evening hanging out with Maggie and Rob in the kitchen. Today, Maggie seems to be feeling better, so we are alternating between the kitchen and the sofa.