Ooh-ooh-ooh! It’s stopped raining! The sun came out!
I’d better get out there and start writing. It won’t be long now before the cold weather sets in and the ink won’t run from my pen (yes, I’ve actually tried to writing on days that cold–and that’s what happened), and I have a book I’ve got to finish.
Phoebe mentioned being as busy as a hamster spinning in a wheel, so here are some busy hamsters for you to contemplate. How come they don’t get dizzy when they do this? Sixty seconds of this stuff and I don’t think a human being would ever recover from it. This deserves serious study.
Ah, Behold! What a time I’ve had with you! It wasn’t till near the end of May that the weather allowed me to start work on you–a whole month lost, right out of the batter’s box. And I still don’t know what anybody in the story is going to behold.
Nevertheless, I am being pulled along willy-nilly, the current’s strong and I can’t swim against it–and, as Jackie Gleason used to say, awaaaay we go!
4 comments on “Holy Moly, the Sun Came Out!”
Yeah, go for it. I wish we had some of that sunshine around here.
Well, I don’t know how long it’ll last!
We’re sending you a cold snap from central Ohio! (But a sunny one.)
And now back to my human hamster wheel. (Oy.)
I just finished a chapter out there–and it wasn’t easy, given the temperature.