Thursday, October 15, 2009
Nearly Nothing New
So as soon as Blog is posted, I will be emailing Kara to arrange the Acupressure portion... start journaling and counting points TODAY, though I still have company, so I will be watching it in more a 'see what I'm doing' way today. The Ides after all is a Death Day, not a Birthday--so tomorrow will be the birth of a real plan, with the assistance of the Acupressure to come soon. I did weigh in this morning, and I'm not sharing, except to say I need to lost about a quarter of me...
Mari and I have had an EXCELLENT time though. It's funny to me, how I am not normally a huge fan of the early stages of friendship EXCEPT those people I really bond with online. My husband insists anyone could say anything and so it's impossible to know what the truth is that way, but I find in writing, people are more genuine. My online friends I've met have been like diving in to long established friendships (because of course they ARE--just not physically). Mari and I originally met about 3 years ago and have been part of the same writer's group for a little over two. I'd met her once before, and I should probably note we joke about being related. I have a grandmother whose family came from Norway (the exact city one of Mari's sister's lives in, in fact), though it is the Swedish branch of my family she looks like (shhhh).
In Other News
Visiting the Henry Ford Museum today, swim meets for my daughter tonight and tomorrow night, a weekend of writing a fan fic update or two for people who've been more than patient with me, then BACK to the Trilogy!
And finally... the Burrow has posted our Halloween Feature . The Burrow, for those of you unfamiliar, is my writer's group, and our website features drabbles (a Monty Python term for a story told in exactly 100 words). Drabbles are a beautiful test of story-telling, because you must be so precise. People like me, who like stories in 200,000 words, have great difficulty with it, so it is very good practice.
Back to myself tomorrow!!!