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30th-Jan-2004 04:45 pm
knitting sketch
Firstly, your package is on its way bogwitch The nice sub-postmaster assures me that 90% of all first class packages reach their destination the following day. So, expect it Monday. (You don't really expect to be included in the 90% do you? What an optimist!)

Secondly, my claddagh is repairable and will be back in two weeks. Phew!

Thirdly, we've finally had a visit from the man who is going to convert the garage into a library study for MWNN. (He keeps calling it a library but it will be his bolt hole that he will use when his present study, the guest bedroom, is turned back into . . . the guest bedroom.)

And now, I'm off to put the finishing touches to Chapter 5 of Family. My Muse has gone on strike so I'm still struggling with 6. (It's the lack of apostrophes wot's done it.)
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30th-Jan-2004 05:09 pm (UTC)
Your package is also on its way, despite a lot of dumbfounded looks in the Post Room when I asked them if I had enough postage!

Why don't you write with the apostrophes in, then take them out before you send them over? ;-)

I haven't written anything either. (Okay about three lines)
30th-Jan-2004 05:33 pm (UTC) - Re: Why don't you write with the apostrophes in
There you go again thinking outside the box

Do you think we're both suffering from SAD? I just can't seem to work up the enthusiasm, despite the reports of what looks like the best ep. of the season so far.

Even the thoughts of watching Chance aren't doing it for me. (It cannot be worse that Winding Roads. That film is just - it defies explanation of all that is wrong with it. )
30th-Jan-2004 05:47 pm (UTC) - Re: Why don't you write with the apostrophes in
I think my problem is that I'm way too distracted and I'm a terrible procrastinator. This is why I have to set myself deadlines, otherwise nothing gets finished.

Chance is Ok. A bit amateurish and there is a very annoying berk with a guitar who keeps popping up, but there's JM's naked torso and a nice scene with Andy Hallett at the end. I think the plot needed some work.
30th-Jan-2004 06:37 pm (UTC) - Re: Why don't you write with the apostrophes in
Woooh - the thoughts of JM's naked torso have done the trick. Chapter 5 is on its way back for a second beta. I've added a couple of sections to it.

Still not good with the description though. (The sword held me up for over an hour this afternoon.)
30th-Jan-2004 06:39 pm (UTC) - Re: Why don't you write with the apostrophes in
So I see, that'll give something to procrastinate with tonight!
30th-Jan-2004 06:55 pm (UTC) - something to procrastinate with
There aren't enough changes to excuse your procrastination tendencies.
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