What I did on my vacation



I wrote some words down.

I wrote down, in fact, lots of words.

Many of these words were excellent!

I am pleased.

I want to do it again. Actually, I want to do it every day.

With that in mind, I might just skip the Xmas holidays as I skipped the T-Day holidays, and just pretend that the world consists of me and the Story.

Until then, I’ll do what I can…

In other news: At the DayJob, I now have 2 weeks of work to accomplish in one week. Upside: overtime pay.

And now, I shall go and write, before this joint gets too crowded….

seen at the Funky Monkey

6 Responses to “What I did on my vacation”

  • Sandie Says:

    Love that sign! It is the perfect deterrent!
    Love that you are enjoying the writing – that mean we will love the reading!

    • Rosemary Says:

      Sandie —

      Yeah, I laughed myself silly when I saw that sign!

      Interesting to me is the fact that it’s not just a sign, it’s a sign made out of a photograph of another sign. Recursion at work for your amusement.

      Now someone ought to print up a copy of the photo this sign from my site, and set that up as a sign somewhere…

  • Ita Says:

    Ooh, I’m so glad. Please write MORE!

  • lee Says:

    My daughter picked up Steerswoman (a very old paperback copy) from a friend at Thanksgiving, and I started reading it because of a sad run of results at the Library, and I had forgotten how much I loved them, so I went and got all the others back from the Library (I’d bought them, and then donated them because they only had Language of Power and it was kind of distracting to come in at the end of the story) and really I am only telling you this because I want to say THANK YOU for writing those books. I love them. Friends I loan them to love them. Random strangers I tell about them love them, and now my oldest daughter loves the first one.

    You rule. Big time. Thank you.

    • Rosemary Says:

      Lee —

      Thanks for reading them, and for telling me that you recommend them — that’s very generous of you! It means a lot to know that Rowan’s story has reached people.

      (By the way, folks, I popped over to Lee’s website, and she makes some lovely fabric art items — you should go and take a look.)

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