Clone 1: Finish the essay on compassion for the book.
“He couldn’t stand me being sick. Nobody can. They only want to hear that you’re healing, you’re in recovery, taking it one day at a time. If you’re locked into sick, you should stop wasting their time and just get dead.”
Clone 4: Finish reading Dorothy Dinnerstein’s The Mermaid and the Minotaur. Take notes. Digest them. Write about how difficult it is for me to read this book, because it challenges so much of my deepest conditioning.
Clone 5: Finish the Creative Brief for this site and send it off to my Web designer.
Clone 6: Learn Dreamweaver, since GoLive has stopped working.
Clone 7: Write up the agreement I want for a Literary Executor.
Clone 8: Get Goodreads to fix their link that’s supposed to look up a book at Amazon.com and instead it’s now going to Amazon.co.uk. Get Amazon.co.uk to fix several errors on their entry for Margaret Reynolds’ Erotica: Women’s Writing from Sappho to Margaret Atwood. (It’s correct on the US site.)
Clone 9: From Tsultrim Allione’s Feeding Your Demons, use her method for things you want that are good but the drive for them is bedeviling you, on my need to get Persephone published.
… And, … and .… What? There’s only one me?