I spent the majority of the morning organizing my many stacks 'o stuff in my home-office. I then drove to the Zine Archive Project in Seattle (Hugo House) and have continued this organizational trend here. We've gone through and emptied the to-be-filed box, and are now working to organize our respective sections. I have been assigned the political, science, and GLBT sections to organize. I'm lucky. I could have been assigned the comics section. Thankfully, someone else is busily organizing the world of comics. Later, I'll meet a friend for coffee and conversation. A very productive start, middle and end to a Saturday.
The rain has returned and brought the colder weather along with it. I think that whenever it gets sunny around here, we QUICKLY grow attached to the light and warmth. So-much-so, that when the sun departs again for it's eight-month reprieve, we miss it as though it was a daily part of Northwest life. Winter is right-around-the corner and, thankfully, so is my favorite of all holidays--Christmas. I've already loaded my Zune with Christmas music and have begun to slip Christmas Cd's into the CD holder in my car. Does anyone else remember the Firestone Christmas Albums?