Like Sand Through the Hourglass…

Yeah. That’s about right.

I’m writing this a little earlier today – I have an appointment with a homeopath this afternoon, and it’s one of those really long 3 hour sorts of appointments. I doubt I’ll be fit for much more by the time I get home. Arthritis doc called this morning – results are looking good thus far on the RA/lupus front which is awesome news. My Vitamin D counts are pretty low, but I’m already taking supplements for that, so hopefully I’m on the mend there.

I got through another chapter last night…trying to give the Big Bad a bit more facetime, and I’ve added a nice twist to our hero which should hopefully give us enough angst to lead us nicely into the next book.

In either case, I found myself procrastinating a bit as the night moved on. Kind of like with writing the book – the closer I get to the end, the slower I seem to go. Weird, I suppose, though I suspect it’s that fear of success/failure thing rearing its head up again. Seems like a silly sort thing to care about. I mean – the hard part’s done, so this ought to be smooth sailing.

On the other hand, such procrastination allowed me to discover that Simon and I apparently went to high school right down the road from each other.  Hell, for all I know we bumped into each other at the Cherry Hill Mall over the years (we both used to hit the same TGIF, anyway). As he noted, the blogosphere is a very odd place indeed.

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4 Responses to Like Sand Through the Hourglass…

  1. KAK says:

    When you build a tolerance to that, you can get…

  2. mynfel says:

    Heh. I think I own stock in that company. 

  3. Simon says:

    Huh. Teh tinterwebs ate my last comment. I think it was something along the lines of WTF ZOMG FTW FML! With maybe some other acronyms too.

    And if you had those big, hairsprayed bangs and maybe some pink shiny lipstick, I totally DID see you at TGIF. Or maybe the mall. Yeah.

    Small world, innit? Geez….

  4. mynfel says:

    Yeah. I had big bangs. Maybe not the shiny lipstick, but definitely the bangs.  I used to hang out at that Tower Records near Cherry Hill Mall too.

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