I don't know if I have any Chinese readers, but I hope so. I'm still feeling bad for missing Australia day on January 26th. I had a great calendar with all the important days of the world on it, but my husband put it in the blue box in one of his tidying frenzies.
Today one of my clients made dumplings for me in honor of Chinese New Year. I gobbled half of them at work and then brought the rest home to share with my husband. She made two kinds. One type has egg, shrimp and tomato inside, the other one has chopped pork and spinach. So yummy! I've always been a sucker for anything dumpling-y. That includes perogies. Even ravioli. I consider ravioli to be a flat kind of dumpling.
Re my next chapter of Justice, it's with the betas and I'm planning to publish it on February 11th. I hope you'll all come back and read it.
I'm going away for the weekend tomorrow afternoon, and I'm so excited. I'm leaving my husband at home and going to visit a girlfriend in a nearby city. She's saving a bottle of wine for me called Stubborn Fool. Yes, that's really its name, and no, it's not a reflection on the fact that I'm a Taurus! (I'm not stubborn at all, no matter what my husband may say) Anyway, the wine is a Pinot Noir, and it's very nice. It has a picture on the label of a woman looking exasperatedly at a man with a stubborn set to his chin and shoulders.