Today I am wearing and old pair of yoga pants with a hole in the seam and a fleece pullover without much fleece left. For supper we will have soup made from everything left in the fridge that might spoil--a few Brussels sprouts, some beef and Hubbard squash stew, part of a jar of V-8, a little summer sausage, maybe some cheese.
Someone in the Thursday coffee group--all retired and who usually travel in the winter--said they have a 'Rule of Five' for packing: you can only take five of an item. But I forgot to get clarification. Does that mean five tops, or five short-sleeved and five long-sleeved, or five white blouses, five light blue shirts, five sweatshirts, five t-shirts, five turtlenecks, and five pullovers? You can see where it would get sticky.
So a couple loads of laundry, a trip to the grocery story, and ten more trips to the camper without falling on the ice, and I'll be ready for tomorrow's launch.
Not much writing going on in the midst of this but hopefully there will be plenty of time in the next few weeks. However I do want to request a favor. The voting is going on this month in the book bzz Prize Writer competition and I would really appreciate your vote. Go to the following:
The Time Travel Trailer is a finalist in the science-fiction category and Peete and Repeat in the mystery category. Thank you in advance!