of a writer. Well, this writer.
Go to work at the non-writing job and spend most of the time working but with half of my brain thinking about VZ and when he first meets B at the airport and wondering whether or not B really knew DC’s dad or if he’s bluffing or if it’s just a non-issue. In other words, even though I was working, my brain was writing.
After work I went to a local school to pick up Oliver
Then I gathered up all my notes on DC and the research books on flying but haven’t put a word down on paper. Still. Why?
I don’t know.
>> I was hoping to hear some feedback from the teachers but thus far, nothing. <<
I’m sure you’ll hear something once the post-holiday slumps pass.
If not, maybe Oliver can travel with some sort of comments/survey/questionnaire that prompts teachers to return to you?
What a good idea, Haemi! In the future I can send it with him but maybe I’ll pop one in the mail to this school.
susan, i totally understand working with half a brain at work and thinking with the other half a brain about your WIP. . .join the club! here have some tea with a club sandwich (G) and a brownie for dessert
just think asilomar asilomar asilomar
I know you know, Meg. Oooh..Asilomar. I can’t wait. And this year I get to drive down in my fun new car!