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Friday, October 05, 2007

I was going to post yesterday, but then I broke out in hives and spent most of the day wondering things like "Where'd I put that glass of water I'm drinking?" and then realizing, "Oh, there it is. On the table RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME." (I have to take extra antihistamines when I get hives, and it always makes me dopey. By which I mean stupid and sleepy.) And when I wasn't sitting around wondering where things that were right in front of me were, I was trying not to itch. Fun!

Also, I am so, so tired of hot weather. It's October, and it should not be eighty-five degrees. Unless maybe I lived in Florida or Arizona or something. But I don't, and I'd really like some vaguely fall-ish weather. Or at least a day where the temperature doesn't go above, say seventy. Maybe by December....


Author Kate Elliott offers fantastic advice for first-time writers that I think applies to all writers--part one, and part two

Melissa de la Cruz also has some excellent writing advice

Maureen Johnson answers questions about writing, and discusses muscial toothbrushes!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

one time I went camping and got a bunch of bug bites, so I couldn't do anything. i went to the movie store to rent something and I couldn't find the movie right in front of me. The guy had to come out and help

October 06, 2007 12:33 PM  

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