Reading-wise, I'm just about finished Greg Maguire's _Lost_, and have to say that I've really enjoyed this book, and appreciate the whole atmosphere of the protagonist's time in a London that is both jarring and somewhat reassuring. It has the feel of a ghost story, with elements of Jack the Ripper thrown in for good measure, and has a protagonist who is very much troubled for the much of the course of the book. Personally, I find her a refreshing character. Have started September's Locus, the magazine of the sf and fantasy field, and am enjoying the book reviews so far. I will likely re-read _Sisters of the Night_ a vampire anthology edited by Barbara Hambly, after this before digging another novel out of my to-read-queue.
I'm going to stop and pick up some chicken and various vegetables to do a stir fry up tonight, and perhaps have a bit of fruit of some sort for dessert. Just one of those days, I guess.
I'm going to finish this cup of hot chai tea, and then it's back to work.