On the other hand, while we were standing at the train station I said to Ted I didn't know what I was going to do about the end of the book, and by the time we got on the train I had an idea of what I was going to do, because Ted is a plot machine. He came up with a really good idea that doesn't solve everything, but it gives me somewhere to start, and it'll make for a much more interesting ending than the book currently has. I still don't particularly want to do it, but at least now I have an idea of what I'm doing.
I did come home and finish doing line edits, despite my hair. I feel somewhat proud of myself for that, because I'm really pretty gloomy and it would've been easy to just sit in a funk. Instead I worked in a funk. And I guess that even if I'm sick to the very bleeding death of this book, I do still like Janx and Daisani, which is something.