Does it sound like a story? I was working on that last night and today. I had to scrap my original photo, but the head was one that I had hand painted (mixer brush) in Photoshop.
I’m trying to finish Roxie’s story, but got edits for one of the earlier books. So I need to jump on that. I love getting them done, but hate being pulled out of another story I’m trying to finish up! Then I have to try and remember where I’m at on the other story, once I get myself immersed in the other one.
We had fun at the community center where they had National Day Out last night. Tomorrow, I’ll be taking my granddaughter home with me for an overnighter. She said she’ll watch Jurassic Park with me. But I’m not sure she’s ready for it yet. I can envision her in bed with me that night. lol
Then we’re going to a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party the next day. I can’t wait!
It seems like during the summer, I spend my time playing catch up–when it’s sooooo hot–just on weeding.
So now in the mornings it’s cooler, and I’m cutting down trees and cutting back lantana and shrubs that are growing into the yard. And of course, STILL pulling out weeds. But I will say the cooler weather has slowed them down a wee bit. It still is getting way too hot also. It’s going to be 86, not 90, like they had predicted, so I’ll walk to pick up my granddaughter. I’m taking her 3 wheel scooter so she can scoot along beside me and I’m not towing her with me. lol
Have a wonderful day! I’m just getting back to edits. Nearly at 87K.
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Now I’m off to work on some more of Roxie Wolff’s story out of Silver Town. It’s up to 85K. Yay!!! And I have a way to go. But it’s getting closer now to THE END.
It’s a beautiful 58 degrees and because of the low humidity this week, 58 means 58. I actually walked 4 miles yesterday–to the school to have lunch with my granddaughter and then to pick her up after school and walk home. She said she was hot. Her legs were tired. Carry me.
But I kept telling her we were almost home. 🙂 And then we were! It was 84, and just fine. It’s supposed to be 83 today, so I’ll walk again. When we had the high humidity, we’d have to add 6-10 degrees to that for the heat index because it would feel so much hotter. I had so much fun walking! Next week it will be back up to 90. *sigh*
I played with textures to add to the photo. I love capturing shots of Mom and Dad birds feeding their offspring.
Still working with little one on her words. Enjoying the cooler mornings, hoping everyone in Florida makes it through the hurricane all right. I’m still working on Roxie’s story. It’s up to 82K. Still need to finish the story. lol
Having lunch with my granddaughter at school today. We were negotiating. Her: chicken nuggets and french fries from the clown place. How about I make us a pizza. She says, “No. I’ll eat all my chicken nuggets.” I knew she would. But I wanted to make our lunch for us. “How about chicken sticks that I make and you can pick your own chips, and I’ll bring applesauce.”
lol, now I have to figure out what I can make for me to eat. And I have to figure out how to finish the story.
Well, I made it to 81K, almost and a half. But both my dogs had thrown up in the morning, so I washed them, their bedding, the towels to dry them, and then I was doing a ton of cutting down trees. It was cooler. Yay! In fact cold first thing. It was great.
It’s the same way this morning. More yard work, more editing and writing, but back to picking up my granddaughter from school. Off to get to work. No more dilly dallying.
So I made my 80K minimum word count for Roxie’s story. I still have a long way to go to finish the story, but no more concern of making word count. My little granddaughter was sick, so no picking her up yesterday or today from school. She has an ear infection. She’s missed a total of 3 days of school already and they only allow 10 sick days in a school year, which is ridiculous. She’s only in the 2nd month of school!