Sunday Morning Coffee

I’m waking up early again, thanks to my new schedule (more on that tomorrow) and thanks to that, sleeping in on the weekends looks more like 7am than 10am these days. Let’s face it, I could never sleep very late. So here I am, coffee in hand — Sprouts Mexican dark roast, listening to a romance novel (When Beauty Tamed the Beast by Eloisa James), putting together a list. It’s been a little while so I’ve got a few things I think you’ll enjoy.

Friday Stream of Consciousness

Okay, not really like the writing exercise stream of consciousness where you basically just keep on writing whatever comes into your head and you don’t stop for anything no punctuation not even the doorbell and then well maybe you’ll answer the door but then you’ll come right back and say whatever is on your mind even if it’s that nothing is on your mind.

Those things are always interesting. Try it sometime!

I’m working today, on work-work and Readathon prep and house cleaning and trip planning stuff. Checking things off my list. So I figure I’ll keep this open and just update it when I have something I want to talk about. It’s basically Twitter for the day, long form.

  • Last night I missed a call from a friend while I was working and the call was her needing to be driven to the emergency room. Umm…bad friend, Elizabeth. Picking her up from work today since she can’t drive right now.
  • When I work I listen to podcasts (when I’m not doing fully-involved, creative work). Lately I’ve been listening to some about Mad Men and wow. I’d never really thought a lot about the show, even though I enjoyed watching. I didn’t realize there were so many layers to what’s going on and how much of a mystery it still is.
  • Is this the highest ever turnout for Dewey’s Read-a-Thon? They’re currently at 598 readers!
  • I should start this kind of thing earlier in the day so you all get the full effect of my allergy meds.