Plotting: So I actually did some writing the other day. Well, not actual writing but I did some plotting for my next novel. The NaNoWriMo competition is just a few scant months away and I have no idea of what to write. So I got out my trusty notebook and jotted down some notes. And I think I have something I am interested in writing. I am planning on doing some more brainstorming tonight during the Pats/Phins game.
Eating: I stopped by the Farmer's Market last Saturday and I picked up a loaf of Kalamata Olive bread. The guy gave me a super deal (I didn't have enough money with me at the time) and the best part is that Logan and Kristy do not like the olives. So the bread is all mine! And by Yoda, it is tasty bread!
Bottling: Our neighbor gave us a box of pears so Kristy and I spent most of our Saturday bottling them. I dislike the whole bottling process but in the end it is nice to see the finished product. One of the jars did not seal correctly so we tossed it in the fridge and ate them for dinner last night. Yeah, while I hate bottling, I love eating. They were so good.
Tackling: So Logan joined a Flag Football league and his first practice was Saturday. He has never played football but because of me he knows quite a bit about the game. It looked like he was having a lot of fun and next week I get to join him as a tackling dummy.
Listening: The last of the Queen Remasters were released last week and I have listened to them all and I think this last set of albums were the best. Unfortunately I won't be able to purchase them when they come out late November but luckily I can listen to the new bonus stuff right off the internet. What would I do without the internet?
Reading: During my vacation last week I caught up on a comic series called the Unwritten and it is blowing my mind! I recommend checking it out, the language can get a little spicy at times just to warn you. It is a fascinating read twist on books and writing.
Tom Taylor's life was screwed from the word go. His father created the mega-popular Tommy Taylor boy-wizard fantasy novels. But dad modeled the fictional epic so closely to Tom that fans constantly compare him to his counterpart, turning him into a lame, Z-level celebrity. When a scandal hints that Tom might really be the boy-wizard made flesh, Tom comes into contact with a mysterious, deadly group that's secretly kept tabs on him all his life. Now, to protect his life and discover the truth behind his origins, Tom will travel the world, to all the places in world history where fictions have shaped reality.
Wondering: Just where are the pictures?