My daughter and I took a walk last night and at the end, we just sat down and watched the clouds. A thunderstorm brewed and my daughter was in awe of the clouds swirling and drifting. That's one thing I love about Nebraska - you can see the wide open sky. And it makes you feel pretty small and insignifcant, but at the same time, it also gives you a feeling of joy about how awesome this world really is.
I wrote four more pages last night on the WIP and really felt good about them. I didn't want to quit, but the darn day job requires that I get at least a few hours of sleep. (Ok, more than a few!)
Plans for the weekend include celebrating my 7th wedding anniversary on Sunday and getting some more writing done. Other than that - it's supposed to be unbearably hot here. Around 102 degrees. Yeah, I'll be staying inside most of the weekend!
Everyone was pretty evenly split on when to do a BIAW - so I thought, why not do two? I can always use the extra push to get things done and that way, people can pick which one they want to do. Rene and I will be hosting it at our other blog, Villa in Tuscany. Stay tuned for details!
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