But then I got distracted by finally choosing the paint color for Loki (yes, I've been talking about this for a long time). This is Loki, now. From this angle you can not see the nicks, scratches, and snow shovel mark in the paint. But I promise you, it's there. If you are coming to the Fredericksburg, Virginia signing I have this weekend, you'll see it in person.
And this is the lovely color I am painting him. If you can't tell the difference, I don't want to know. Most exciting part? I'm also getting the windshield fixed so it will stop raining on the inside every time it rains on the outside.
This is probably only interesting to me. But because it is my blog, now you're stuck with the knowledge. This is where I say:
And go back to writing Secret Novel.
ETA: This is a car in Loki's New Color, which is "Tangerine Kandy." Though it is not Loki. Because please, those wheels?