Ghosts of Days Past

A friend told me there were not enough pictures here, so this post is my attempt to remedy that. I’m going to try for a picture post once a week…

This was an amazing sensory interactive art exhibit at the armory in May 2009.

Boat ride to governor’s island…

Evidence that I may be a long lost Cullen. I glow in direct sunlight. Is that normal? Jazz festival on governor’s island.

Salzburg Sound of Music Tour

Salzburg take 2…

On the book front, I’m retooling my query letter for the Backspace conference. I also wrote 1300 words tonight for my new story hitting 10,300 word count. I’m exhausted. Dreaming up scenes is hard work. I love it. I devote hours to it. But it leaves my mind mush.

Thank goodness, I dvr’ed Merlin. That show totally transports me away from my daily life and my writing and lets my mind chill. Not that I ever get away from my writing. 🙂 I was doing my back exercises tonight (core strengthening) and of course that is when I get a new line of dialogue and have to scoot over to the laptop to get it down.

Tomorrow I head to the MWA-NY Chapter Library series on forensics. Looking forward to it. Will let you know how it goes.

Sorry for the lack of words….so tired. I was up all last week bidding on the DTWTFN auctions. 🙂

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6 Responses to Ghosts of Days Past

  1. Gerard says:

    Wonderful pictures! By the way, how do you find the time to do all that you do? You really must be an expert at time management. You seem to do more in a day than I can get done in a month.

  2. Emma says:

    I’m with Gerard here. You definitely are an expert at time management! You can thank your mom for passing on those genes. Maybe you could give me her number? I’m wondering if she got some of those genes left for me, too, I mean with all this genetic engineering nowadays..? 😉

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