"Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider." ~Francis Bacon
AND THE PICTURE IS SO PRETTY. Can't wait to spend the weekend with you. ;)
Isn't it, tho??? That bracelet is gorgeous.
Yes, I'm doing NaNoWrimo! Sadly, I can't describe my story well because I don't have a very clear idea of it yet myself. If I had to compare my vision for it with one thing, it would be Jack Schaefer's beautiful book Old Ramon--not in setting or subject, but in the quietness of two souls taking a journey together out in the wilderness, talking and reflecting on life. Have fun being a bisy backson. *grin* That picture is a thing of beauty: gold bracelet, gold sun, cobwebs on barbed wire....
Old Ramon makes me think of Gilead in style--I look forward to hearing more about it! It sounds wonderful. I was the bisiest of little backsons, and had a grand time getting refreshed. Now to catch up on writing again!
Actually, not that I've read Old Ramon. Just the sound of it makes me think of Gilead. XD
Hi, I just found your blog. I like it!I'm doing CampNANO for the first time this year. So I'm excited about it! :)A fellow sister in Christ,~MegsOh, and I saw your St. Patrick's day post, and was delighted to see that you're also a Thunderhead! Horray for another Celtic Thunder lover! ;D
Ooo, congratulations on your first CampNaNo! They are the best--I love them even more than the November competitions--have lots and lots of fun, Megs!! And *high five* for Celtic Thunder!!
April's kind of a crazy month (as is every school month, *sighs*) for me, this year, so I'm just aiming for 10k in progress on my WIP. Hopefully I can start in on that, come tomorrow! ;)By the way, I've tagged you on my blog, in case you're interested: http://livkfisher.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-sunshine-blogger-award.html. :)Happy weekend, Schuyler! :D