This isn't her in the picture, but given her love of water, I'm sure she'd look exactly like this - lol
Northerly winds add to my love of this kind of day, my hay fever is having a run today - literally. On a positive slant, daylight savings has started and that means an extra hour of sunlight every evening and not driving home from work in the dark when I start back next week. Love that part of this time of year.
Funny story, I'm trying to pay a fine for my son before the due date (with his hard earned dollars, not mine) and because the paperwork hasn't been submitted their end, I can't. Does no-one pay fines early these days, or is it that they don't expect anyone to pay early? Arrggghhh!
Now it's going to bug me until I can.
I have another minor dilemma, I have different three starts for books and I'm not sure which one I want to write first, so I write nothing and I dither instead. They're similar ideas but different story lines. That's what happens when you don't write for a while and then everything wants out of your head at once.
Ironically I've discovered that I have more rhythm and pattern to my writing when I have a set daily schedule and I have to squeeze my writing in. Not sure how that works but looking forward to being busy again next week.
Who am I kidding, I love being home, I love being able to do what I want when I want. That said, it's very easy to lose motivation and think I'll do that tomorrow because you know the days will stretch out ahead of you.
I got bored when my kids were little because I needed the ongoing mental stimulation, so I don't imagine this would be any different. I'm sure I'd get bored of sitting home, it might take a while but would happen eventually. I'm extremely grateful that I was able to have the time that I did. This ol' girl needed the break.
So now that I've dithered here some and written a few words on my blog, I'm off to force some words out onto the page and see if I can't see which book is calling loudest to me. The days are dwindling and soon I'll be back on a work schedule, unless of course I win the lottery anytime soon.
Enjoy the rest of your week,
|I need a reminder occasionally|