In the name of practicality, old fleeces + good sewing scissors = a big pile of washable Swiffer cloths. I’m just sayin’. Might as well reuse what you can given that real Swiffer cloths now cost the earth.
We finished the yard in an hour and a half this morning instead of last weekend’s three hours. I think so long as we maintain, what we’ve got, it’s not so bad.
I’m FINALLY getting back on the bandwagon with Pots and Plots. I’ve got two weeks worth of post scheduled now, and hope to keep up again, with a regular posting 3 times a week. I’m actually considering doing a weekly guest post feature there where fellow writers share a recipe. I’ve got a big audience over there, so it might be a different kind of venue and a means for you to reach peeps you wouldn’t reach here. You could share a recipe, then do a little blurby bio listing what you write, etc. Anybody interested?
We went to see Sucker Punch this afternoon. Hubby thought it was awful in an “I’ll never get those two hours of my life back” kind of way. I am…undecided. It’s not what I was expecting. At least not totally. I knew it would be a story within a story because they’re creating their own reality to survive the intolerable reality of the mental hospital. But it was really more of a story within a story within a story. Which got confusing at times. The acting was good. The concept was good. Visually, it was amazing. But something was lacking for me in execution. And I certainly didn’t like the end at all. But I didn’t hate it like he did. I still have no idea why it’s called Sucker Punch.
On the ROW80 front, it’s been hit and miss since the last check in. Wednesday: 973, Thursday: 154, nothing Friday or Saturday, and today 849 (though I’m not done yet). That averages out to 448 words a day this week, 627 on the days I did write. It’s been a bit difficult to juggle because I have very specific time slot during which I can write, and this week a lot of that has been taken up with house showings, getting READY for house showings, and other stuff. But I’m not STUCK, which is the important thing. Right now it’s just about literally finding the time.