Then, it takes her so long to get down for her nap that I have to wake her up so she doesn't sleep through dinner, and she wanders around like a zombie.
I was really spoiled by how easily she's gone down up until now.
I have started laundry, done a bunch of running around, and made carrot cake. (Carrots were one of the few things that grew well this rainy, cold summer, so I've got a bunch leftover from our farm share.) Unfortunately, the one thing I REALLY needed at the Post Office wasn't there yet, so I'll have to do some more errands tomorrow.
In better news, I think that Velcro's prescription food is finally starting to do the trick. I haven't caught her pulling tufts out lately, and the fur on her sides is coming in again. It's still prickly-short, but no longer bald. She seems to have a little more energy, as well - this morning she attacked my foot, and she's acting a little more alert and easy-going. She's also been more tolerant about hanging around the toddler and getting hugs:
In Kickstarter news, we're less than $50 from the zombie coloring book! This Kickstarter has been more fingernail-biting than the last. For one, it's not just my work, and I'd like to see the other artists make out on this, too. It's not taken off as fast, either, though I can't tell if that's just how I FEEL about it, or if it's genuinely slower. Too many factors, and this one has been less steady! The trending data says we'll probably get all 7 titles printed, but really waffles over whether or not we'll get much further than that. We're one of the three weeks through now, and if you haven't, please consider sharing the link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1624616265/fantasy-coloring-books-for-so-called-grown-ups
Coloring books! For grown-ups! How awesome is that??
Prepping the first book for the printed proof now! Woo!