If we were having coffee, I’d probably let you do most of the talking. You don’t mind of course, some weeks are like that. I worked more hours than usual and because I can’t give details about the assignments I undertake, it can get a little ambiguous! I would tell you that I worked a full day job in a sea side town and afterwards I went to the beach for an ice-cream with my close friend, Vicci, (we co-worked the job, which was a treat. She’s an exceptional interpreter). Vicci is a born communicator; she’s confident, bubbly and great fun.
If we were having coffee I would tell you that I finished my website and I wouldn’t be able to resist showing you the end result. I would listen to your feedback, and this would no doubt lead to a discussion about our recent blogging adventures. Mel’s Writing Menagerie is going well. Sometimes I’m tempted to take part, but as I create the prompts I usually resist and look for other challenges.
I would also share with you the answers to a Bedtime Book Tag that I saw on Callum’s site, and we would have a great discussion about books. I’d start us off by sharing my answers…
A book that kept you up all night reading – Bad Luck And Trouble (Lee Child)
A book that made you scared to go to sleep – Scream For Me (Karen Rose)
A book that made you go to sleep – The Gargoyle (Andrew Davidson) *I was travelling and, to be fair, I suffer from carcolepsy!*
A book that left you tossing and turning all night in anticipation of its release – Shards of Hope (Nalini Singh)
A book that has your dream boyfriend – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain) *I was fascinated by Huck when younger, so answered from memory!*
A book that would be your worst nightmare to live in – Yesterday’s Gone (Sean Platt & David Wright)
A book that reminds you of the night time – Innocence (Dean Koontz)
A book that had a nightmarish cliffhanger – Pet Sematary (Stephen King)
A book that you actually dreamed about – The Handmaid’s Tale (Margaret Atwood)
A book monster that you would not want to find under your bed – Vampire/Zombie from I Am Legend (Richard Matheson)
Then we might visit our lovely host, Diana, together, and catch up with all our other friends. We’re never short of things to talk about!
Have a wonderful weekend.
Until next time. Thanks for stopping by.