I'm having one of those slow, wet, lazy Sundays that you wish could go on forever. It's midday as I write this post, and I'm sitting on my bed with pillows balancing my back, a laptop in front of me and curtains wide open so I can watch the slow gentle rain outside.
I had a massive cook-out yesterday, preparing various dishes to freeze for days when I don't want to cook. The house is clean and tidy, the garden planted up and soaking up the rain water and this morning I quickly baked some scones.
It's lovely... this feeling that nothing is urgent or stressful today... that I can sit here and write to my heart's content and there is nothing else calling to me to do.
Tomorrow will be different I know: there are deadlines to meet, errands to run, maybe even a visit to the doctor for Mma (the dermatitis is back, and I'm halfway convinced it's an allergy to something). But for today, Mma is nice and warm, watching TV a few feet from me and I can just sit here and listen to my characters tell their stories.
Sounds like a lovely Sunday, indeed, Damaria. I would love to hear your characters' stories someday!
Hope Mma gets well soon.
I had a day like that yesterday, although I was not as productive as you, doing actual writing. Today I am in the lab but itching to get out and cuddle up in bed!
That's so wonderful. I absolutely love days like that.
Sounds like a lovely day. Enjoy it, and see you in April!
Alex Hurst, fantasy author in Japan, participating in Blogging A-Z April Challenge.
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