From Facebook

Usually, I write a blog post here, and give the folks on Twitter and Facebook a link.

Today — just to keep y’all on your toes — I’m doing it backwards.

Posted at Facebook at 11:00 am on Sunday, September 25, 2016:

So, yesterday was a work day, and today will be another like it. I have to pay bills first, and straighten out the mess that I have allowed the checkbook to become, then rewrite the scene I wrote last night, using the Proper Viewpoint (you’d think I’d get these things right the first time at this point in the game, wouldn’t you?), and move on with the next scene.

Crisp and cool this morning; sunny, with a persistent breeze. Over breakfast, Steve and I discussed the Vital Matter of Turning On the Heat, and decided it’s time to bring the basement thermostat on-line, to warm the floors, and calibrate as necessary from there.

This morning on Facebook, I unfriended someone for being so ill-advised as to “poke” me. This is policy, folks: “poke” me and be cast into the outer darkness.

I wrote a blog post yesterday — here’s the pointer, for them what’s interested in the trials and tribulations of raisin bread.

Also, I am reading a book. I am not happy with this book, *at all* (no, I’m not going to tell you which book). The plot, at about 2/3s of the way through Makes No Sense; the “romance” is making me crazy (they hate each other, but they can’t keep their hands off each other. Please. Just…please); another plot-point has Just Now been introduced that only promises to make things more confusing, rather than more exciting. . .but, worst of all, the heroine is Too Stupid to Live. Unfortunately, it looks like she’s going to make it to the sequel. At this point, I’m reading on to see if the author can actually pull it out; if they do, I’ll have learned something.

What else? Oh. Steve is making spaghetti and meat sauce for supper. It’s a good day for spaghetti.

What’re y’all doing today?


2 thoughts on “From Facebook”

  1. > What’re y’all doing today?
    I relaxed, then cycled along the southern edge of Berlin, Germany, far away from the crowds at the famous Berlin Marathon.
    Fortunately, a piece of nut cream cake crossed my way in a small coffee&cake shop, together with a cappucino and some late summer sunbeams.

  2. Celebrated the birthday of my brother-in-law and his family today. Late lunch/early dinner, followed by some poker and then cake. Good way to spend a Sunday – wish I could do it again tomorrow.

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