Esther had a hard time not going into the bookstore, as usual. She wanted to check up on her shadow words. To see if they were still following her.
If we were having coffee, I would ask how you did with writing in November. I really dropped the NaBloPoMo ball this year. The week of Thanksgiving wore me out and then I got a cold, and I just wasn’t feeling it. But I’m okay with not doing it the whole time.
I am so good at letting go of time. Of surrendering time. Of losing time.
As I was writing my post for yesterday, I thought back on the 1/4 novel I wrote for NaNo a few years ago. I have thought about it over the years and revisited it a few times, done some light research for the time period, but not a lot else.
I’m holding off because I like having it there. I like having something promising and potential.
I’m writing some blog posts in advance, to make it easier to post every day (it obviously hasn’t totally worked) but as I’m thinking about things, ideas are popping up like popcorn and bouncing up out of nowhere. It reminds me of something I did for Cohiba.
Summer fun worth mosquito bites? Yes.
It is time again for another Share Your World! This time both existential and silly. How would you answer?
What was the last URL that you bookmarked or saved?