Even with two feet of snow on the ground, it was a beautiful day.  The sun was out, the sky was a brilliant blue.  I can just tell that spring is on the way.  I just can’t stop dreaming of summer, lately.  Really, it happens every winter.  My friends and I came up with a name for it until we found out it was a real thing.  We called it Sunlight Deprivation Disorder, I think.  It’s not even that I like the weather of summer that much; I’ve always liked autumn more.

I spent all day reading.  I reread Beka Cooper: Terrier by Tamora Pierce, and I started to reread Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.  Good Omens is one of the best books I’ve ever read, flat out.  It’s not the type of book that’s really for everyone, as it can be complex and the humor can be difficult to understand for the average fourteen year old.  Most adults would understand it, at least.  While I’m here making recommendations, read Elantris by Brandon Sanderson.  Do it.  Now.  Trust me.