Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Didn't Write a Word...

I didn't write a word today, and I don't feel a bit guilty. Nope, just Yahoo dominoes and laying on the couch. But back at it tomorrow. I have a self imposed June 15th deadline.

7 comments:

Dave said...

The nice thing about a writer's schedule is any day can be Sunday. The dangerous thing is that every day can be Sunday.

Lawrence said...

Yep. But I have that internal "itchiness" that gets me back on the computer. It's a slight panic attack that tells me I'm TREMENDOUSLY blessed to write, and if I don't get off my ass, someone else is going to get my slot. Helps me to get motivated like hell. So that keeps my Sunday's at bay. lol

afrocentric said...

i enjoy writing when i am in the countryside of the south of france, when i feel like there is too much noise at home espeically with my when my Parisian relatives are around. i can still go the library and spend the day there. i like the fact that i am in the middle of nowhere. i don't know if you often travel abroad but saint tropez in winter is a sort of a dead city in winter. you can count the minutes and even hear you heart beat, i tell you will keep on writing.

Lawrence said...

I only visited Paris for a few hours, so I need to return. But there are two places where I love to write. I love London, because I love the dreary weather. It relaxes me and clears my brain. And on the opposite end, I love Brazil, particularly if I have a hotel room that overlooks Ipamena. I might have to travel there soon.lol

afrocentric said...

i knew you would mention london, i know londoners are familiar to you because they speak english, this where i am at the moment, i use this opportunity to learn english the proper way, well in london it rains every 2 hours , 20 mn, it took me a few months to get use to it. london's cool but too busy and it is quite tricky to ride a bike over here. english ppl love their wheather so much that when they travel to france they only visit normandie or brest because they don't want to miss it.
i choosed londoner life ( for 2 years ) because i know if i miss france i can catch the next eurostar. i did so last month-)).

Lawrence said...

When I was in London, I stayed in Notting Hill. So it was pretty busy. But I found a really nice hotel, more of a bed and breakfast, and it provided an escape from the city. I could see a person being depressed by the weather, although when I was there (this was in May), the weather was quite good. Sort of the east coast of the US type of weather.

afrocentric said...

i actually live in notting hill, i wrote the last post from the little library next to the square.you must have seen me at least once. notting hill is quite expensive i might me moving to another area in the next 6 months i did not know england at all when i moved to london.( a part from 2 mini school trips as a kid )
i know you have a quite hectic schedule, but whenener you stop by i'll be glad to show you these few afrobookshops we have over here.