Writing Can Be Murder

January 4, 2010

End of the New Year wknd

Filed under: Uncategorized — love2wryte @ 6:14 am

How great was it that the first day of 2010 landed on a Friday. Every year should start with a long wknd.

I know that calendars insist that a week begins on Sunday, but my week runs Monday thru Sunday, so this is my wrap-up day.

A good week overall. I made my word count for the week. I did all three scheduled runs. Had lunch with one friend, brunched with another, and got lots of quality time with Long Suffering. Life doesn’t get much better. Is it Julia Cameron who talks about refilling the well? Regardless, my tank is topped off.

My book of the week is Toni Morrison’s “A Mercy”. At 167 pages it should be a book of the day, but I’m only halfway thru. If I don’t find anything redemptive in it tonight, I’m officially starting off the year with an unfinished book. (Which is unfortunate because the week before I read and really enjoyed Wally Lamb’s “The Hour I First Believed”.)

Tomorrow I’ll post my goals for the week. They’re ambitious!

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2 Comments »

  1. To come off a weekend, especially a holiday weekend, feeling refreshed and energized is awesome. I’m still at the stage where no matter how much down time I have, I always ask “Where did it all go?” when it’s over.

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — January 4, 2010 @ 4:57 pm | Reply

  2. Maybe me meditation practice is helping? lol

    Comment by love2wryte — January 4, 2010 @ 6:37 pm | Reply


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