It's Sunday, and we're working on the book together while listening to the Lene Lovich Pandora station. Katie is editing while I am printing out chapters. The printer is being ornery and slow. It has taken a good twenty minutes to think about printing chapter nine, which is the last one I have so far. I wrote a three-page story this morning which may fit into the later LA section, or may just float around flapping it's wings like an orphaned sparrow.
Meanwhile, Giblets got behind the stove twice today when I was on the phone, and I was running around in a T-shirt and panties waving carrots yelling "Giblets get out of there" while Omar giggled on the line and tried to tell me about live-work lofts.
Meanwhile it is Sunday and Broken English is playing now, Marianne Faithful, who is one of my pop idols, more for the life she led then for her tunes, though I like those as well. Her piano bar version of Boulevard of Broken Dreams (NOT the Green Day travesty) I lost it when my hard drive crashed, but it it jaw-dropping, stunning. I couldn't find a worthy version on youtube. alas.
This pulp novel sits above my desk, where it taunts me. When I went on SSDI did I forfeit all hope of such a thing?