Mornings. Ugh?

This morning, I got out of bed at the same time as Fahim – 5:55am. It’s pretty incredible – by virtue of living with a man who has a fairly rigid sleeping schedule, my own schedule is being sorted out and fixed. It’s getting so much easier to wake up early consistently.

For those of you who have never experienced sleep problems, you have no idea what significance this has. But the rest of us know. And the others who don’t have it solved yet are probably getting jealous of me. Uh oh.

And Oberon hasn’t let me inspect his butt yet this morning. I may have to hunt him down.

As a side note, I am actually working on the website design today. I’m willing to bet that, by the time you read this, it’ll be published.

I’m not saying it’ll be complete, but it will have a heck of a lot more on it than it does now.



Coconut Curry Seer Fish

2 tablespoons oil

4 servings seer fish

1 1/2 teaspoons curry powder

1 teaspoon salt

3/4 cup coconut milk


(The thought just occurred to me – have I added coconut milk as the ingredient for all the coconut curries? Or have I forgotten it every single time? I’ll have to check.) (I checked, and a couple of times, I left it out, so I corrected it. And one of these days, when I get Blog 8.0 from Fahim, I’m going to go back and reformat all the recipes – put the titles in bold or something like that. Or perhaps I’ll just have to have a recipe page? That would probably work better, as long as people understood that for the vast majority of recipes, it’s merely a guideline. But I suppose I can put that comment in and be done with it. Yeah, that’s probably the better way to do things. Okay. A recipes page it will be.)

(Darn. More work.)

And the typical vegetable curry with pink rice for the heck of it.

Fahim retrieved my email for me, but instead of on a floppy, today it’s on his computer, and because he has to get to work, I can’t get my email until he’s back from work. This evening.

I’m sad.

I finish reading The Other Side of the Mirror and start reading Renunciates of Darkover.

I’m enjoying Marion Zimmer Bradley’s writing very much. I figured she had to be pretty good to have so many books published, but she’s much better than I had expected.

Author: LMAshton

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