Gosh, it seems like all I do these days is move. This move, though, should take considerably less time. I'm moving into my new office today! Yay! I am very excited to finally have my own space, where I can close the door to make calls and I can actually concentrate while I'm editing stuff. And I'll no longer be mistaken for the office receptionist. These are all really good things.
I went home last night and took Ruffers for a quick walk around downtown Livingston, looking at shop windows to see if anyone had any "Help Wanted" signs. No one did. But it was a beautiful evening--in the upper 60s and no wind. We stopped at one house down the block to let a small child--maybe 2 years old--pet Ruffers. The kid and his dad were pretty stoked and Ruffers was good about it, although he just wanted to keep going!
There was a beautiful sunrise over Mt. Everts this morning when I got off the bus. Pink streaked clouds against a luminous pale blue sky. Still haven't heard any bugling elk, but maybe they'll get going today.