Wherein I endeavour to share writerly advice lightened with humour, pictures and a dollop of 1930s-1940s history.
Elspeth - You are so right!! Setting aside the time to write at this incredibly busy time of year is a fait accmopli, isn't it? There are days when I take pride just in opening my WIP document on the computer *sigh*.
Margot; There are days when I consider just doing that a feat worthy of applause. We are very, very similar!
So far the only thing I can mark off my list is shopping is done. Everything else is in flux.
Carol; You're ahead of me. I've bought the turkey and a few presents. I'm so far behind it's frightening.
Commuting by train seems to work for me.I am very relaxed about Christmas at the moment. I leave my panicking until about Christmas eve :-)
And this is the time of the year that I snicker at all you other folks putting so much emphasis on one holiday. I'm done, it's over. With very little fuss and fanfare (but a lot of grease to clean up despite the spatter shields I made a special trip to buy.TerryTerry's PlaceRomance with a Twist--of Mystery
After looking at your list I'm ready to go back to bed. I haven't done any of it yet. Wake me up when it's January, will you?
Al; There are many many men who share your attitude. And many women, although we won't admit it.Terry; Yes, it's done for you, isn't it? Plus, you get latkes. Win.Laura; Only if you wake me up then, too!
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