Day 38 (Month 2-7)


Well, Newell still hasn’t left yet, seeing if another hour of sleep will let him drive himself today. If not, may be another day little gets done. Going to duck into the Office and see if I can get something done quickly just in case.

I won’t say I didn’t enjoy my book I was reading on the Kindle yesterday, but for the first time, I felt bored and antsie sitting around the parking garage — which used to be my favorite place to spend a day doing nothing. I think doing nothing really bothers me these days, even if I am reading!

UPDATE ONE: Did about an hour and a half in the Office this morning before Newell was ready to leave, then went in with him to make sure he got there safely. I’ll admit it, I played hooky this afternoon. Had a nice bar-b-que lunch, got my hair cut, and went to see One for the Money, which I had been looking forward to since it came out. I think they did a really nice job. Still don’t know about Jason O’Mara for Morelli, but I loved the film.

I didn’t totally waste my time this morning though. Look at the major piece of progress I made in the Office:

      

Though Psycho Kitty was not amused…            …the Raven is at last on the Writing Desk

…and the laptop is in a functional space where I can work and not bother Newell again. So, though the rest of the Office may still be in disarray, it is possible I can write in there again before it is done, and that is a BIG step forward.

Now, I am home and need to get back to work. My dad is coming tomorrow to look at those leaking appliances for me.

 

UPDATE TWO: Cleared a few square inches more of space in the Office, but I admit to being rather derailed by The River. Rather “meh” to me. Anyone else see it? Only cool thing about it was Paul Blackthorne having a part again. The Dresden Files was not on long enough! (Though I see he’s done a lot since then, he’ll probably always be Harry Dresden to me.) Sorted more stuff, threw stuff away, and took care of some writing-related business items, so that was good.

About RieSheridanRose

Rie Sheridan Rose multitasks. A lot. Her short stories appear in numerous anthologies, including Nightmare Stalkers and Dream Walkers Vols. 1 and 2,  and Killing It Softly. She has authored eight novels, six poetry chapbooks, and lyrics for dozens of songs. She tweets as @RieSheridanRose.
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2 Responses to Day 38 (Month 2-7)

  1. wynwords says:

    Did you read the books for the Dresden Files, too? I’ve done the first two… hehehehe.

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