Being an author is like being in charge of your own personal insane asylum.

- Graycie Harmon

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

I, Cranky

I am so cranky today. I must have gotten up on the wrong side of the bed this morning. I don't understand why I'm cranky.

Last night there was an awesome thunderstorm. It was lovely, although it managed to scare both cats. I'm amused, normally Persephone doesn't care about thunderstorms, and Galahad is the one who runs away to hide beneath my bed. Poor thing. Well, this time, Galahad ran to hide beneath my bed, and Persephone cowered beneath the sofa in the living room. Poor little kitties. It amused me though.

I love thunderstorms.

Still, I woke up cranky.

Oh well. I'll get over it.

Yesterday was not as productive as I had hoped it would be. The computer was so painfully slow it took me two hours just to check my email. So, the best I could do was review The Dying God. Something is fishy with word. I'm certain that I had already made the corrections that I made again yesterday. Today, I'm going to open up the document to see if Word is, in fact, not saving my changes. I wouldn't put it past this computer.

Today, I finally tackle Overlord. I'm so terrified.

Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone. Oh, and a huge shout-out to S.D., who is celebrating her birthday today. Right, off to work I go.


r.u.p.a.m said...

You'll get over this for sure..sometimes we don't know why we act the way we do.. ;).. anyways, it seems your computer needs a doc or at least, a reboot... maybe that'd help speeding it up.. you may try deleting the temperory files also.. this generally speeds up the machine. Anyways hope you have a great day too.. take care sweets.. =)

S.M. Carrière said...

Thanks, Rupam.

I defragment the computer every six months, and run another clean up and virus scan programme every week besides. I think the computer is just old and dying. Poor computer.

It's fine every other day of the week (because I don't shut down), but the day after it has been shut down, it decides to throw an all-day protest. It gets aggravating!

Oh well, what can we do?