It's another rainy day in Vancouver (just for a change) and I am meant to be writing - but instead I find myself drawn to this blog.
I am not going to go through the cookbook backgrounds, shades and colours that make up an attractive BLOG at the moment, as Friday will be the last day of my 'real' job.
I could blog everyday and bore you with the minute details of my life (i.e.: watered plants, cleaned under the sink, colour coded closet....etc) but no, I won't do that either.
I may post quotes - I love quotes as they say so much in so few words like these two by C.S. LEWIS:
"We are what we believe we are"
"Let's pray that the human race never escapes from Earth to spread its iniquity elsewhere."
So much in so few words...
MY WEEK IN REVIEW:
I managed to get a few thousand words down this week (not nearly enough in my mind). My "Push-To-Pro" group and I have been given the challenge of writing for 1/2 an hour every day and thus far things are going well. I have set Francesca up for her meeting with Anton in the City of London in the late 1790's so we are about to get into the nitty-gritty of the mess she has found herself in.
And so begins the fun part where my mind goes faster than my fingers - my typing is not keeping up with the story!
Terribly exciting stuff if you ask me.