Thursday, August 16, 2012

Six Weeks in a Day

So I've been gone for the past month and a half. The blog has been silent (like, passed-out-in-the-back-of-the-car-during-a-road-trip kind of silent), and mostly that's because this is the internet, and I'm much more interested in talking about where I've been than where I'm about to go. Safety and all that.

But a month and a half is a very long time for a recap, so I'll make it short. This is what my month and a half would have looked like if it had been condensed into a single day:

Attempt to help make breakfast, eat breakfast, and play 20 board games, all at the same time, while catching up with aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, and various boyfriends attached to said family members.

Sit down to do a little work, only to be interrupted by coffee (or in this case ice cream) with a very dear friend, followed immediately by a wedding.

Go to camp, where all the teenagers in the world (or, you know, 140 of them) converge, cut off from the rest of the world, and get up to various shenanigans. Have a brilliant time, but leave feeling rather sick.

Upon return, host a bridal shower. Realize that you won't be getting any work done in the afternoon either.

Cake! Wedding cake, that is. Try to hold together when giving sister-of-the-bride/matron-of-honor toast. Try to hold everyone else together when the AC goes out.

Relax with good friends, celebrating another new engagement, another beautiful wedding yet to come.

Stumble into bed, reliving the whole glorious day, but thinking you really ought to get some work done in the morning.

And that is where we are now! It's been an overwhelming month and a half, but I wouldn't have given up any of it.

But now, back to work. Time to make some book magic happen.


  1. Wow, eventful summer! :) Welcome back to magical writer land, we missed you :D

  2. Good to have you back. It does sound like a great summer.

    Is it wrong the bit I got most excited about was the boardgames?

    1. Haha! No, that was a pretty awesome bit. Got to experience a few new ones, which were all enjoyable.

  3. Good to see you're blog's back in the land of the living. I'm trying to stick to a strict post-every-8-days regimen myself. I'm hoping that's low enough effort that I can keep with it. I have 2 posts queued up currently.

    1. I would certainly say that "infrequent-but-regular" is to be preferred over "intended-to-be-frequent-but-ends-up-as-never."