Sunny scene

The sun is favouring our side of the world now. This year I haven’t felt that sudden shift in the air that I usually experience late August, but the plants and birds insist it is Spring.

Sent from my Nokia Lumia 530 after my morning walk.

Today I begin a 4000 daily word slog for 20 days – gotta get this rewrite done!

Have a great day. 😀

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  1. sue says:

    Yes, the warm weather is surely creeping in. I’m waiting for an abrupt shift back to winter. It has been too mild. Usually have rain during the school holidays. BAD for the sinus & hayfever, chemists & pharmaceutical companies will be loving it.

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  2. sue says:

    If you reply I will know that you are not doing your self imposed homework

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  3. sue says:

    Should have known, maybe this afternoon then? or maybe tomorrow??

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    1. ChristineR says:

      Good morning Sue. Getting stuck into it today, now I have to do 8000 words. Just having my coffee and catching up on a couple of on-line courses (still in bed).

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  4. bkpyett says:

    Excellent to hear you’re keeping at it Christine!

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    1. ChristineR says:

      I’m always intending to keep at it, Barbara, but I let myself down so many times. I’m making this determined push so when I see my family next month I can honestly say “it’s finished, just needs editing”. That’s the plan, anyway.

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  5. sue says:

    tomorrows 12000 words will be hard to topple

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    1. ChristineR says:

      LOL – well said, Sue! Where’s my word for the year – DETERMINATION – when I need it. Oh, there’s the blighter, behind the door. Blast it, have to drag my crook foot/ankle to the loo again – I’ll grab that word on the way back. I’ve tweaked one scene, and written 71 new words in another. I’ll check in with a final tally this evening. ❤

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  6. Aunt Beulah says:

    Wow, 4000 words a day for 20 days. Please promise you’ll take breaks often to smell and feel the changing air of your season.

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    1. ChristineR says:

      Ohhh, it sounds harder than it is, Janet, since whole chunks of words only need a tiny bit of rewriting. I need to get it done so I can begin the real hard stuff – editing!

      I’m off to a dismal start. Sprained my foot going down a small step this morning. Ouch.

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  7. sue says:

    Oh, you didn’t know the step was there? So that means no walks, gives you more time to write, doesn’t it!?!

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    1. ChristineR says:

      I misjudged – it’s only 4″ but I sort of slipped off it. I was talking at the time.

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  8. sue says:

    Ah, that explains it, as we get older we can’t do two things at the same time. Have you tried rubbing your tummy and patting your head at the same time lately? Don’t try standing on one leg while you try.

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  9. WeaverGrace says:

    We have had a similar delay in feeling the change of seasons this year. September was typically unreliable about its weather, but it was as much like summer as any July or August. Still, wildlife can see beyond such inconsistencies, and assure us that the calendar is more reliable than the thermometer for keeping track of time.

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