kit (mizkit) wrote,


Having gotten my office sorted, I need to figure out what to do with the greenhouse I’ve built for my orange tree. It turned out larger than I expected, so it doesn’t fit as nicely on a corner of my desk as I thought it would, which means basically it takes up the Entire Desk. Which means I can’t use the desk for much of anything else, which is inconvenient now that the desk is nominally useable. :) So hrm.

Also removing a bookshelf means I have removed a top shelf for knicknacks, which means I have two styrofoam heads and several Rogue & Gambit figurines which have run out of a place to live. If I can get the mostly-artwork off half of one of the higher shelves I suppose at least one of the heads can go in there, and the remaining figurines aren’t delicate ones, so they can go lower down where Young Indiana can get hold of them if he’s in there…

(The delicate figurines have all gone onto a shelf where I can see them all perfectly from my captain’s chair, which makes this room design a lot better than it was before. I’ll have to take a picture. :))

Having got this room sorted, next up is Young Indiana’s room, where I will put 235346987 pieces of baby clothes into boxes and hide them away.

In the meantime, I’m working on the Daisani short story for the AFTERMATH collection, and can conclusively say that post-Negotiator trilogy, Daisani seems to be a mess. I’m clearly going to have to write more books in that world someday, though a friend reminded me what I need is MORE PROJECTS.

- plane tickets pulled up website info, anyway, must actually purchase
- q’s for david
- put bike and grill on jumbletown
- laundry (approaching the end…) last load going in soon
- email book bloggers

(x-posted from the essential kit)

Tags: housecleaning, janx and daisani, negotiator trilogy, old races, short stories, thinks to do

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