I wrote stuff for work. I have a new client and the writing is very boring, but it’s work, right?
I cleaned the house over and over.
Some weeks, huh? It’s a good thing I’m embracing the gold in the everyday… all the embracing. So much embracing.
Reading – After a week of no reading, this week I’m back on with The Memory of Running by Ron McLarty and my goodness, I love it. When I think of this book I think of a crowded room full of overbearing extroverts all fighting on and on over who is right and then the quiet guy in the corner clears his throat to speak…
Writing – I have set myself an actual deadline for the Screen Freedom War and Peace Trilogy (at this stage my little ebook will be joining this list) and I am publicly announcing its arrival mid-late July. So there it is. Mid-late July. I can’t get any more specific than that.
Making – more paleotastic snacks. But I think I’ll stop now.
Wishing – that money didn’t make the world go around.
Loving – House Rules. Even though none of the contestants are even remotely good at interior design. The ugliness of the homes is beyond entertaining. Plus I really like the idea of a kind man like Steve getting some air time. And Ryan’s muscles. And Danielle’s five-year-old hairstyles. And Tiana’s embellished T-shirts, I mean, where do you even shop for one embellished T-shirt, let alone a collection?
Wondering – what Helsinki is like at Christmas. No, I really am.
Do this week’s guest hosties need an introduction? If you haven’t met the mesdames from the champers-sipping association, then I suggest you slide on over. Nice, witty, sassy, surprising and rather glam (even though they pretend they’re not glam). Oh and smart. Very, very smart. Pop over and say hai.
What do you think Helsinki would be like at Christmas?
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