I have two more chapters to go on the Shelter copyedits. I asked for, and got, an extension until Tuesday, which means I can finish up on Monday and put the manuscript in overnight mail.
Today I have two long committee meetings, plus I really need to swim at some point. We're having friends over tonight, which will be fun, but also means I'll get no work done.
Tomorrow I have to write my homily for Sunday. I used to get homilies done weeks ahead of time. Where did those days go?
This Sunday's going to be one of the tough ones: preaching at 8:00 and 10:30, and then four hours at the hospital in the evening. Between the two, I have time to swim or to nap, but not both.
The Tachyon publicist just sent me a marketing questionnaire for The Fate of Mice. Filling that out will take some time. My spring book orders were due last Tuesday and aren't in yet, and I still haven't quite decided what books to teach for my graduate seminar in Fantasy and Trauma. So at some point in the next few days, I need to get that done, too. (I know I'm not the only professor who doesn't have book orders in yet, so that's some comfort.)
The good news is that I voted -- we're in a mailing district -- and mailed my ballot yesterday, which should give it plenty of time to arrive by the deadline. I just hope I'm not too depressed on Wednesday after the results come out.