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Tuesday, May 30, 2006


Yeah, that's about it.

I had something I was going to post about earlier today, I was in a bit of a snit over something, and then I realized that I don't know who reads my blog-could very well be someone I was snitting about. No one in particular, just in general. So, you get a snit-free post. :)

Although can I just say one thing about snitting about people? How come, just when you get worked up in a really good snit, they turn around and do the opposite of what you were snitting about? Some people!

I have to get up early tomorrow morning, UGH. I'm on driver duty to take kiddo to school, since everyone else is busy. And then I have a friend coming over because she needs tax help, so it'll be a busy morning. You know my life is boring when I start giving a play by play. I did get more housecleaning accomplished today, though. :)

And in other exciting news, I'm still working on edits. I'm adding a scene, even though I'm fairly certain it's in the wrong place and a tad too long, but I'm having fun.


Loreth Anne White said...

And there I was ... looking forward to a snitty post :) :)

Camy Tang said...

As long as you're having fun, right? I'm in Edit Hell over here. Give me some of your fun in a care package.


Bailey Stewart said...

Yeah, my sister does that to me all of the time. Makes you want to just put your hands around their little necks and squeeze. But then they turn around and do something great or make you laugh and - what's a person to do but write a death scene with that person on skillfully disguised.

Tess Harrison said...

I've done that before. But I've actually typed up the post then afterward felt better so decided not to post. But sometimes it pays to post it. And I'm still in the editing dungeons too.

Danica/Dream said...

Eve, sadly, no one dies in this book. Although... I do have a dead body book I'm working on. But there's only one dead body and it's already dead. :(

Loreth, maybe I'll be snitty tonight.

Camy, I don't think you want my fun in a care package. Plus, I'm not sure a two year old would travel well via the USPS. I think I can go to jail for that.

Tess, I did write it in my journal. And I may post it at a later date, when no one knows it was THEM I was snitting about.