Monday, September 21, 2009

Nice Weekend, I think. . .

It is Monday, again, and as soon as I post this I am back on the wagon. I have words in my head that will spill onto the page, not unlike blood on a wall during the 1912 Ax massacre in Villisca, IA . (I was born in that small town of 1,000 people). You really should check out that link.

Anyway, I got no writing done this weekend, far to many other things to do, like change oil, clean, laundry, take daughter and friends to zoo (with the rest of family) for birthday celebration. It was packed. I managed to get a little reading done; only 30 pages left in Jack and I can't wait to finish (I am just a horridly slow reader).

With all of that useless information, I will leave you to go write. I think I can get in 1500 words before my boy wakes up.

9 comments:

K.C. Shaw said...

Good luck on getting those words down! I'm in a slow part of my WIP and finding myself reluctant to work on it. I'm so impatient, I just want to skip ahead to the fun-to-write parts, but there are other important things that I have to get down first.

Aaron Polson said...

Jamie, the history of Villisca, IA explains so much about you...(kidding of course)

Shudder.

Good luck with your writing.

Aaron Polson said...

By the way, I like the post tags: Ax Massacre...Long Weekends...LOL!

Jamie Eyberg said...

K.C.- I am at the same stage and i am sure a lot of what i am writing now will be cut (the boy woke long before I hit that goal).

Aaron- I wondered who would connect those dots.

Horror Girl said...

that link reminded me of a long lost story i started and left to rot. maybe ill try to work on it and get out of the rut :^)

Cate Gardner said...

Have the police questioned you about where you were in 1912 yet? ;D

katey said...

I was just about to comment on your tags, then I saw that Aaron already had. HA! Man, that is some creepy, creepy shit-- like the stories we used to tell at summer camp about abandoned cabins in the woods. Gah.

Natalie L. Sin said...

Happy writing!

Danielle Ferries said...

I got no writing done on the weekend either. Thank god for my Monday.