Monday Chills

So…there was a week. And a weekend. Broke down and turned on the heater and donned my light-weight Harley hoody. It’s not Winter yet because I’m still in flip-flops rather than my fuzzy-slipper boots. I remember the days when my feet used to freeze. I rather miss them. Of course, it saves on the heating bill in the winter.

Not much went on. Little writing. Some audio book listening. Some disappointments on the baseball diamond and the football field. Sleeping late a few mornings. Forgetting a few things. Remembering other things that probably should have been forgotten.

I do think I’ve figured out the problem I was having with the rewrite of The Tornado Twins, which is the working title for Cooper’s book. I have every intention of putting the fix in place starting today. Hopefully, that will get me off high center on the other projects.

Speaking of getting creative, someone special sent me a surprise–a very funny coloring book and colored pencils. It was while coloring in the very adult book that the idea of rearranging things in TTT so thanks to her for that! She knows who she is. 😉

Boy, but my life is so…blah. 😆

And on that note, I’ll let you get back to your lives which have to be far more interesting than mine. It’s all good. This is a new week and I’m ready to get on with it. How about y’all?


About Silver James

I like walks on the wild side and coffee. Lots of coffee. Warning: My Muse runs with scissors. Author of several award-winning series--Moonstruck, Nightriders MC, The Penumbra Papers, and Red Dirt Royalty (Harlequin Desire) & other books! Purveyor of magic, mystery, mayhem and romance. Lots and lots of romance.
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4 Responses to Monday Chills

  1. You know, I probably should pick up some coloring books – the kids’ kind that you use with crayons. It used to be a great way to be creative without actually thinking about writing. But I got out of the habit when I donated my materials during the fire evac in Colorado. (The evac center had nothing to keep kids entertained, so I sacrificed my coloring books and crayons to the cause.) I’m, so happy they helped you figure some writing stuff out! Yay!

    It’s cold here, too. Like ‘frost warning tomorrow’ cold. And I have the furnace on, my winter clothes on, and my feet are still cold. I’m totally not acclimated to this crap yet.

    LOL, my life is not interesting. At all. In some ways, that’s a good thing.

    • Silver James says:

      I had some excitement this morning. Was kind of nice. I’m saving it for Thursday This-n-That and Random Friday. 😉 If I don’t forget between now and then. 😆

      And yes. Grab some coloring books. It’s great fun! ❤

  2. B.E. I agree with Silver. Grab yourself some coloring books and crayons. My mom and I colored on occasion even when I was in my 40’s and her in her 60’s. I have a Garfield I bought last year. You lose yourself and forget about all the crap going on in the world.
    That is why I read so much its escape even for 300 pages.
    I for the last 3 weeks, have been doing a purge of stuff in the house Im not or probably wont use. Have made several donations to Goodwill.
    Its been quite the weather change. Cold, wet and windy as hell yesterday. I have a dr. appt yesterday so I wore nice shoes, instead of my combat boots, which are so comfortable and with my standup desk, my feet dont hurt. But
    I wished I had with all the rain and large puddles I had to jump over*definitely a Kodak moment* lol.
    Thats it from here. Have a great day Ladies.

    • Silver James says:

      Hope the appointment went well and I’m a boot kinda gal. Or flip-flops. Depends on the season. LOL 😉 I have bags I purged in the garage. I need to load them up and take them to the local charity resale shop. Thanks for reminding me!

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