Monthly Archives: September 2005

Just a few more pages…

TweetAlmost to the end of the Work in Progress. Still don’t know the outcome of the final confrontation. Can’t wait to see what happens. We leave before the sun rises tomorrow for a road trip to PA to visit Mer and Stef. I’ll have a finished book and a road trip with my BH. It […]
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Thunderstorms

TweetAs I write this, the weather radar shows red clouds moving our way, which means lots of wind, thunder, and lightning, which means we’ll lose power so I’ll make this short. I think the speech went very well last night. The audience was marvelous – Syracuse has some righteous librarians and other folks who love […]
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Speechifying

TweetYesterday’s schedule worked out exactly as planned. I was a writing machine – on fire. It was awesome, if I do say so myself. I get to do a little of that today, but there are a few other things that require my attention. I already went to the gym (I can now run for […]
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the tuesday to-do list

Tweetwriting writing writing writing drink tea writing writing writing more tea writing bathroom break writing writing large lunch coffee writing writing writing writing visit parents writing writing tea again tea and snack writing writing inhale dinner writing writing writing brush teeth writing go to sleep
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Nervous

TweetVery strange dream last night (early this morning). After being trapped in a long grocery store incident (which I consider its own dream) I was hungry and went to a Japanese restaurant. I did not recognize any of the food there (I love sushi and was bummed they didn’t have any) I tried to order […]
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Happy Friday

TweetDidn’t have time to post this morning because I was at the gym again. (Go me! Go me!) I was feeling really good about what I was doing on the treadmill – had a couple beads of sweat running down my face, not huffing too much – when I looked over at the elderly (70ish) […]
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Insect-free morning

TweetNo bugs today. Yay. Maybe they get the first day of fall off to make their winter travel plans. That is one advantage to living up here – when it gets cold, you don’t see insects. Of course, hordes of hungry field mice knock on your front door and invite themselves in for dinner, but […]
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Last day of summer

TweetYou do realize this, right? Autumn officially starts tomorrow. I vote that everybody eat some ice cream today. Tomorrow we’ll start making soup. Got to watch stepson C’s soccer game yesterday and it was a gorgeous day so even if they sort of lost, it didn’t matter. He played really well and we had a […]
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Thunder and brainstorms

TweetWent to bed last night wrestling with the end of my WIP. There is a fairly dramatic scene towards the end of the book. It was throwing me off because it was SO dramatic, I couldn’t figure out how to conclude the story after it. And if I ended the book with that scene, most […]
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I hate feeling out of shape

TweetWe finally made it to the gym today, after an absence of many months. I think the reason it is so hard for so many people to get into a regular exercise routine (including me) is that we feel like idiots when five minutes ambling on the treadmill leaves us breathless. Assuming I don’t wind […]
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