I should be finishing the book review of Ashfall by Mike Mullen, but my head's mush. I wrote all morning ... and still have loose ends to tie up. So, I thought I'd share some of the things I'm thankful for, things that let me continue writing.
1) That I'm sitting at the computer and able to think clearly, mostly, except for when I don't.
2) That I had sense enough to quit NaNoWriMo while my thumbs still functioned. They kinda hurt, but they aren't screaming. My hip's whining too, but I'm going to ignore it.
3) That the old man has recovered from the lousy cataract surgery and is threatening to cut the suckers out of the 40-foot apricot tree. I'm telling him he can do it as long he can guarantee me he'll be 100% for our 50th anniversary next year.
4) That I can still come up with new ideas ... different from what I've done before. My NaNo start sounds interesting, and I'll continue writing next week. Need to clean up all the stuff I let lie the first two weeks of November.
5) That my kids still talk to me ... though sometimes they border on telling me what to do. I listen to them like they listened to me.
6) That I can always use the mute button when stupidities ooze out of Washington, DC too deep.
7) That my Facebook fan page for the Far Isles Half-Elven has some friends ... even if I don't know who they are.
8) That I have at least one kid living in the area so we have family to celebrate holidays with.
9) Important ... I think .
From 'Idea' to 'Taking Vengeance' – Writing For The Love Of It. Who knows where ideas come from? I've gone through four/five different writing “careers”, and I ...
10) There are other things, but I'll just sum them up:
I'm thankful that my life is more comfortable than the life I grew up with.
May your refrigerator hold food until your next pay day.