Today I've finished reading this week's New Scientist and Bright Orange for the Shroud, and I'm still poking at a couple of long pieces of nonfiction, and at my own fiction, and I've started reading Sharon Kay Penman's Prince of Darkness (which I suspect refers to John Lackland rather than Satan, but we'll see). I have read a lot this week.
I was thinking of doing the "ask me a question, all comments screened" thing after a couple of people on my friendslist did it, but that's not really what I want -- I have plenty of topics I could write on at length, if I was writing at length upright. What I really want is to ask you questions so you can answer them so I have interesting things to read in my upright periods. Y'know, like I've been doing. Only I'm coming up short. Umm. Good time to send me interesting e-mails, though, and thanks to those of you who have; I'm getting to them, truly.
Oh, I know: someone gives you the day off from your usual activities tomorrow (school, work at home or elsewhere, whatever) and makes you take it. What do you do? If they provided an allowance for the day -- say $500 US -- would the answer change? (Assume that if you have a cold or something today, it will disappear for the duration of your day's holiday.)