Then I walked up to UC Press, where one of their editors had a project for me. It isn't exactly proofreading; she called it "proof reconciliation." She needs someone to check an edited electronic Word file against revised pages in which the Word file's corrections should have been made. So it'll be easier than true proofreading, because I will be focusing on a few words at a time, rather than having to read the entire book, but more disjointed. She wants me to look for only a very limited selection of issues. So it'll be different than my usual jobs -- even more nit-picky than usual, in some ways. I'll get started on it tomorrow.
I've been feeling veeeerrrry sleepy since around 2 p.m., but I was afraid to let myself fall asleep before I made my trip to UCP to meet with the editor. After getting home and eating dinner, I find myself barely conscious. I have this whole list of things I'd like to do tonight while Shannon is gaming with his friends (mostly emailing people), but I may sleep instead. Zzzzzzzz.