So I have missed writing...putting words on a page is something that makes me happy. I was so busy in December that I couldn't concentrate on writing..I would only have a minute or two, and it just didn't work.
Then my computer stopped working.
I could use the ipad (not good for writing - typing on an ipad is like running without shoes, you can do it, but it isn't comfortable) or use Ashleigh's computer. I hate using someone else's computer, for one thing where is spell check? I mean I knew where spell check was on my computer, but not on this one. It is not good to use someone else's computer....It just seems too personal for some reason. However I did discover how to back space fast. Hey, I am not good with computers anyway, but I went from a PC to this Mac. Not easy at all.
So, here is how it went down...I didn't have time to write, I was uncomfortable with a different computer...And then I discovered all of these weird, quirky "things" about myself. Like I am no longer flexible, I get anxious too easily, and I worry too much. So now I can't write unless everything is perfect. Who am I? Then I saw a website filled with the "rooms writers write in". I was in good company except for one thing, they were writing....I had writer's block and I was quirky.
Not sure how the quirkiness is going to wear.
My new found quirkiness has changed me completely, I still like Stevie Nicks and James Taylor....I loved the sparkly stuff at Christmas, and the music... I love decorating for Christmas.
Lemon bars. I really like lemon bars, and s'more bars.
I like to put a ton of blankets on my bed scrunch under them and pretend I am in a cabin in the woods.
I love that herb tea with the cinnamon and spices in it. I think it is called Cinnamon and spice, I found it at Costco. It really is quite fabulous...
I love Duck Dynasty! My fathers side of the family is from Louisiana, so all the accents, food and foolishness is so much fun.
I know this post is a bit odd. I will go watch the Braveheart Speech and muscle through the quirkiness.
Love to you all.