Sundays at home …

I usually don’t blog on Sunday. I wanted to wrap this week up with a summary. First of all, thanks to all who came by and visited Anne’s post. I have great stats, even though only one person signed on for a comment.

Thanks Anne, it was fun!

I am into the second third of my rewrite, creating the basis for the conflict between the protag and her nemesis.  Started with 85.7K words and 327 pages. So far we have 39K words and 145 pages rewritten. 

Sundays at home with the paper, or take a stroll through the park. Time to reflect on the past week or make plans for the next.

Enjoy the rest of your day. I might start a “quotation a day” week. Who knows?

What do you do on Sundays?

fOIS In The City

 

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6 responses to “Sundays at home …

  1. christicorbett

    Thanks again for having Anne over to visit on your blog. She had a great post!

    Today is a crazy Sunday here as we have family visiting. So I’m listening to grown men yelling at the television (football is on) instead of sipping coffee and writing.

    But, you gotta love when family comes to visit. Especially family you haven’t seen in years 🙂

    Christi Corbett
    http://christicorbett.wordpress.com

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  2. you know what I do. well, study, clean, cook, go for a walk 🙂 I don’t read the paper like you used to.

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    • Hello there. Thought you were out somewhere with the camera … click,click … No?

      Well study and learn, leave the pot on low and then go for a walk and find a nice shot …

      I miss reading the newspaper with the two of you talking in each ear 🙂

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  3. laradunning

    Sundays are usually a relaxing day. Writing, reading, making dinner, watching Sunday Morning or watching a movie. This past Sunday I went and saw a play at the high school. It was about the PanAm flight that crashed in Lockerbie, Scottland. Really moving and touching play.

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