We enjoyed a great Thanksgiving weekend with family and friends (and turkey, though the turkey did not enjoy it nearly as much, I fear). And now, after an afternoon of edge-of-the-seat American football, I feel rejuvenated. Hopefully that will carry over to tomorrow.
As for today:
1. Wrote a flash for Liberty Hall prompt. 1300 words in 75 minutes is a new record for me.
2. Read Chapters 27-28 in Pride and Prejudice. Lizzy being Lizzy (“I am going to-morrow where I shall find a man who has not one agreeable quality, who has neither manner nor sense to recommend him. Stupid men are the only ones worth knowing, after all.”) and Collins playing Butthead.
Over the weekend, I received an acceptance for “Dog Days” from State of Imagination. I’m happy to find a home for my post-Apocalypse doggies. They are my best friends after all.
I also won the Liberty Hall challenge last week, which was nice. I’m getting better at writing a complete flash in 90 minutes. Flexing for Write1Sub1. Speaking of which, you’ll find my friend, Milo’s blog entry there along with an informative video. Sounds like he has a sound strategy going in. Tune in next Sunday for my own much less sound strategy.
Finally, we lament the death of Leslie Nielsen. He was 84, but he never got old. We’ll miss you, Leslie.