Let's talk about the pleasures and puzzles of the smaller mystery--mystery novels and other fiction--and the bigger one--life.
Not that I've actually left you, you understand. :) I leave in the morning. Don't worry if I don't put up a new post tomorrow night. I'll have had a 7-hour drive and I may be too pooped to post!You guys be well, but don't be good.:D Oh, and you already wished me a good trip, so you don't have to do that again. Besides, if I have my computer with me, am I really gone?
You're gone until you get back on the net!Hope you see some cool stuff on your drive & enjoy the trip…
And the journey continues...Normally, I'd be in bed at this hour, but the muse bit bigtime and I had to get up and write stuff down. Did 764 words and got some thoughts down. This book is just jamming. I'm not complaining, but I will need some serious caffeine in the a.m.'night, Nancy and Far!
Have a safe and enjoyable journey, Nancy.I'll be needing that caffeine right along with you, Maria -- though my problem wasn't staying up but being wide awake for a couple of hours.Morning all. It's cold, snowy, and windy here. Hope it's better where you are.
You're gone until you get back on the net!That's how I see it too, hee. Stay safe and have grand adventures, Kansas!
Morning Andi--Insomnia must be catching on the blog. I've been having problems all week. Did better in the 2:30-4:30 shift this morning. Nap a bit with the pups today.Bebo will show you how!!Waves to all.Looking forward to Friday!!
Ashland KS had a population of 975 with 472 housing units; a land area land area of 1.68 sq. miles; water area of 0 sq. miles; and a population density of 579.25 people per sq. m. for Census 2000.2006 estimated population is 911.Better hurry, Nancy. Godspeed.
::YAWNS MIGHTILY::Morning? Yeah, I suppose so. I'm sort of awake.What I'd like most right now is about 3 hours more sleep. Barring that, I think I'm going to have to break my no-caffeine vow and go for a large coffee at our local coffeehouse before I hit the mimes.Hope you all have a fantastic Thursday!
Yay for road trips! And laptops, so we can travel along with you. Enjoy the journey, Nancy. Looking forward to stories!Sorry about the insomnia - I seem to be doing enough sleeping for all of you these days. I'll try not to be so greedy.Visiting my 87-year old adopted parents today, so not much writing will get done. Attended a croquet banquet with them at their country club - interesting to be the youngest in the room by - oh, 30 years!Good Thursday, all. Wish I was on the road too! Next week...
A seven hour drive? Blimey, that would take me all the way to Scotland except that I hate driving on motoways (freeways in US speak?) but of course you have space for decent roads. Have fun, Nancy.
Winter wimp? Yes, that's me. I've never figured out how I ended up in Lake Effect Snow Country! My body, soul and spirit all say I belong in the South (at least in the winter). Unfortunately, my family didn't see it that way. Whadda ya gonna do? Btw, I have heard that YakTrax are dangerous on clean pavement, Jen. Ice scares me more. I'm looking into buying some.Adopted parents?! I want some of those. I miss my folks. Is there an adult orphan adoption agency? I am also part of the disrupted sleep brigade. Not so bad when on vaca, but it really stinx when you have to go to work the next day. Anxiety, get thee behind me.72 days until Spring? But who's counting.Waves to everyone.
Kelly waves in passingLooks like one of those days, maybe two.
Bono, it's spring here now. For 2 or 3 days more, then we'll be in Winter #3. When the sun comes out, it gets cold.Can't blame climate change; it's always been like that here Nov - Mar.
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