I bought a pair of gold earrings; they cost me fifteen cents

Suddenly, it’s summer.

I have the window beside my desk open; the breeze is pleasant and occasionally brings me the scent from the lilacs on the other side of the screen.

At the moment, Hexapuma is occupying the co-pilot’s chair at my left while Mozart reclines beside the keyboard, his chin on my knuckles, making it, may I just say? so very easy to type.

The weekend thus far has been very pleasant and moderately productive. Steve has made us several splendid dinners; the laundry is done; I’ve uploaded two ebooks to Smashwords, Fellow Travelers and Duty Bound, and finished up the revisions on George-as-it-now-stands.

Tomorrow is Monday, and you know what? I don’t care.

I could get used to this.

Hope everyone who celebrates is having a similarly pleasant holiday.

Progress on the Book Presently known as George
38,821 words/100,000 OR 38.8% complete

Nova eyed her henchwoman sternly. Yes, definitely amused. How delightful that one’s staff was happy in their work.

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