"Heh, that kind of looks like snow on the neighbors' roof. I wonder what it is."
"Umm, wait, it really does look like snow."
Slowly moved towards the window. Looked out. Snow on the ground.
Oh well. At least it's not much, and it's mostly not even visible downtown. It was enough to cause some serious traffic problems, though. So I didn't end up getting to work until 11:15. Okay, part of that was because I didn't leave the house until 10:15, but that's pretty good considering I didn't go to sleep until 3:00. No Stargate for me, though. Stargate wouldn't have kept me up that late. I took my bath, then I wrote some (two pages in my notebook, not sure where the story is going, but it feels good to have actually written something), so I rewarded myself with a book. I had started The Murder Book on the commute home yesterday. By 3:00 I was on page 356. Jonathan Kellerman has an amazing ability to make me want to continue reading. And I really think this is his best book yet. He's doing some different things with it. The most noticeable is that sometimes he switces to third-person view from Milo's perspective. I think there was at leats one other book where he did brief bits from the killer's viewpoint, but thisis the first time Milo has figured as a viewpoint character. It makes sense for the story of this particular book, but I really hope it's something that continues. Got this book from my sister, who was getting rid of books when she moved. I think that means the only book I'm missing is his most current one. It came out in May, so it's likely not in paperback yet.
So I'll be here at work until 6:15. Could be worse. Not like I have anything to do at home really. I'll probably make dinner, do up the rest of the dishes, put my laundry away, write some, then finish the book.