A pretty good weekend, all in all. We went to a birthday party in John’s Island for a friend’s one year old kid, and I finished a 12-page outline for the rest of the book I’m working on, so I’m finally ready to write again. This time I should be able to keep going until the end. Now if the weather would only warm up so I can find a good place to write outdoors…
I’ve been working on this site for a while now in order to promote my writing. Feel free to take a look. Or just ignore it. It’s entirely up to you.
Or two? For the website I’ve been building as a sort of writing portfolio. One essay is done, and the other one I’m having trouble writing a conclusion for.
Today I’m filled with new inspiration and motivation to do new things with my writing. I’m going to build a new website aimed at showcasing it, as well as expand on several incipient things I’ve had banging around in my head for a while…
But I did get a lot of writing done!
Planning on getting lots of writing done.
Really looking forward to a four-day weekend and a three-day workweek. Hopefully I’ll be able to finish writing this chapter!
I’ve started research again, after waiting five weeks for a book to come in through ILL. Should be back to writing soon, which is a relief!
I started writing again last night. Just a few hasty, awkward paragraphs, but it’s something. I’m excited.
Really looking forward to the three-day weekend coming up. I really need it… I hope to get some research done, and be that much closer to starting to write again, and I’ve got two porters (a Breckenridge Vanilla and a Palmetto Espresso) waiting for me at home that I’ll probably save for Friday or Saturday night. But most of all I’m looking forward to getting to spend two days in a row with Heavenly, something that hasn’t happened for a while because of our work schedules. Just two more days left…!
Right now I am sitting on a bench in Washington Square, working on editing my book in the shade of live oaks, with views of Broad and Chalmers Street as well as all the historical monuments this park has to offer, listening to the songs of grackles and blue jays and a mockingbird or two. Man, I love this city.