Posts Tagged ‘MacBook Air’

Cee reminds me that I forgot to do Share Your World last week, and this week’s is ready.  So without further ado, here are two week’s worth of answers to share with all my friends.

If you haven’t contributed to Share Your World, please do.  It’s a blast.  The questions can be challenging, or just plain fun to answer.  Then take time to read everyone else’s.  You’ll get great views from around the world.  Share Your World.

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The WordPress weekly photo challenge this week is indulge.  Indulgence is a funny word to think of in pictures.  I’m including food indulgences, both mine and some ever-hungry seagulls, and some of my favorite toys. (more…)

NaNoWriMo is now a vague memory.  I’ve caught up on my sleep and my spastic back has calmed down to normal.  I rewarded myself with a new laptop, a MacBook Air, that can go anywhere with me.  I love this new tool.  Light, easy to type on, long battery life.  It doesn’t get much better for a writer than this.  The first book is in editing and about a third of the way done.  The new book is only about a tenth of the way done, so I’m running a little bit behind on that. (more…)

I’ve had an exciting week.  I got my new laptop, a MacBook Air.  It’s a perfect tool for a writer.  Small, light. portable.  It even has a back-lit keyboard so that I can sneak in a little writing in the wee hours without having to turn on all the lights.  I’ve downloaded a fresh copy of Scrivener and now I’m all set to write away. (more…)

NaNoWriMo, the morning after.

I didn’t sleep in.  I’m too used to getting up hours before dawn.  It seems surreal that I’ve done NaNoWriMo.  After a year of daily writing, the discovery of NaNo, and then one intense month, I have fulfilled a lifelong desire.  I have become a writer.  It feels good.

In my excitement to get the book presented for validation, I completely forgot to write my journal yesterday.  The biggest day of the year, and presumably one of the biggest days of my life, and I forget to write about it.  How’s that for ironic, funny and a little silly? (more…)