Not Your Typical Easter Post

Photo Credit: Harriet Devine

I have no idea how long it’s been since I posted on a Sunday. I typically take the weekends off and stick to my Monday-Friday schedule for my posts. But today is different, right? Well, sorta. It’s Easter. Let me tell you why this won’t be your typical Easter post. I will not be seeing any of my extended family. I will not be eating BBQ. I will not be doing any grilling of any kind. There will be no candy or Easter egg hunts. As a matter of fact, the only difference between this Sunday and any other is that I’m off work. Let me tell you what I will be doing.

Reading. As you may or may not be aware, my yearly goal is to read 50 books. I’m a bit behind schedule. I’ve only read five books and we’re nearly four full months into 2014. Yikes. I just started A Wrinkle in Time, finally, from the Amazon list and I hope to have my thoughts on the book soon. Likely next week.

Writing. Yeah, there’s that. I haven’t given you guys an update in some time because I don’t have any update. My manuscript is just sitting there in its file on my computer collecting figurative dust. Don’t worry. I can use today as something of a catch up day. I usually use it as a work/sleep day. I will write. I will. And the next chapter is already thought out in my head. Maybe you should yell at me in the comments that I need to get some writing done. It may help. Or I may yell back. No way of knowing unless you try.

I think that’s it. My Easter will be filled with pages and pages of written words. What about yours?

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12 thoughts on “Not Your Typical Easter Post

  1. I had planned on spending my Easter writing and reading. My puppy had other plans. Now it’s a day of washing and training the puppy to love her kennel. I hope you have a very productive Easter!

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  2. Yeah, we don’t really do the easter thing either. But, starbucks is open and so I’m working.

    Good luck writing today! And hell, you should eat some bbq anyway!

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  3. YELL, YELL, YELL!!! There. Does that help?

    Btw, I LOVE A Wrinkle in Time. Love.

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  4. I haven’t done any writing for days. New job and all that. 🙂

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