I am fighting a head cold and will not have anything worth posting today. Hopefully I will have something Sunday. I have a little of chapter 7 in the Book with No Name (a paragraph) and I hope to expand on it soon. I just spent the last few hours reworking some of my past Hub Page threads. Hopefully they will be readable.
Thank you for your time.
This was a very hard day. Pounding head and suicidal drivers made this day a little harder that it had to be. I watched two people nearly collide when they both skipped the stop sign turning into each other’s way.
With this head cold, I did no writing yesterday so I have nothing to post. I will most likely have nothing for tomorrow. It all depends on how well the cold medicine works. All I need is a clear head so I don’t set myself up for a lot of rewriting because I went off the plan for the story. And yes, I have a plan. These stories are going somewhere. I will hopefully be back on this by Sunday if not then Monday.
Thank you for your time.
I am still sick. A bad head cold that is making it difficult to work on anything. Driving today was a bit of a nightmare. Giving that, I will not gripe about the horrible drivers today.
I am posting the last part of chapter 6 in the Book with No Name. Part 5 is a build up to a fight that will change the landscape of the story. I am not sure if I will have anything to post tomorrow.
Thank you for your time and patience.
This was eventually a nice day. It started cold. Somewhere around 40 degrees. I had a good and easy route and I am glad for it because I have a headache that just won’t go away. No car rant today even though some people deserve it.
I posted part 5 of chapter 6 of Joleen Warren. This will include the complete chapter 6 and a chapters 1 to 6 PDF. I don’t think I will be working on any story today so I most likely won’t have anything to post tomorrow. Sorry about that.
Thanks for your time and I will have something to post as soon as I can. Maybe Thursday.
I pounded the name out so I won’t anger my current employers. We had our usual glut of packages with no ability for one person (me) being able to deliver them all. Many of today’s packages for a large retail company had a problem being scanned in. They couldn’t scan them in so they had to put them in by hand. When I left this morning, there were still many packages waiting to be added. Why does this continue to happen? It reflects bad on us when we had nothing to do with it.
Once I got out of the warehouse then the real fun began. Driving on a Monday. Something about a Monday brings out the angry drivers. People breaking the law to give the finger to other people who broke the law. My favorite part of the day was the speed trap on 224 around 11am as well as the state trooper by a school zone running his radar. We need more of that. I am not joking, we really need more police in the school zones. If you agree with me please post in the comments below.
I posted part 4 of chapter 6 in the Book with No Name just before I posted this.
Thank you for your time and sensible driving in a school zone
My plan is to do the same thing as yesterday. I will finish chapters 6 on both stories and move forward on both as well. Just maybe I will find a new(ish) short story to break up the monotony of just writing these two-story lines. Either way the fit is hitting the sham at the end of both chapters. I will post part 4 on the Joleen Warren story here very soon.
Thank you for your time
Last night my laptop decided to give me a warning that it was shutting down. then in the morning I had hours of updates. Somehow, I lost a part of the Joleen Warren story. I do have the next part of the Book with No Name ready so I am going to post it asap. I am going to work on the Joleen Warren story tonight after I finish chapter 6 in the Book with No Name. I am up to a fight the book has needed from nearly the beginning.
Thank you for your time and yes, I did this without a rhyme
I watched a person turn into moving traffic at a red light. She didn’t look, she didn’t use a turn signal and she used her horn when the person who had the right of way nearly hit her. That wasn’t the worst. The worst (or the best depending on how you look) was the person going from lane to lane flashing his lights. He went behind a car flashed his lights then changed the lanes and did the same. He eventually passed me (and everyone else) to end up at a red light, two cars in front of me. And his destination? Dennys.
I just posted part 2 of chapter 6 in the Book with No Name. I am going to work on both stories this weekend assuming I will have the time.
Sorry about the delay. I had a lot to do today.
Thank you for your time and sorry about the stupid rhyme.
Too many people drive with one hand on the wheel, one hand and their eyes on the phone. Lights off in the fog, speeding and playing with the phone talking about something more important than their lives.
I am posting part 3 in chapter 6 in the Joleen Warren story.
Thank you for your time, Sorry about how late this is.
Rain headlights on. Rain headlights on. Rain headlights on. this was a weird delivery day. my Wednesday’s are usually an all Blue Apron kind of day, but there wasn’t as many Blue Aprons as usual. So, I was a Blue Apron/Chewy.com delivery driver. Also, when it rains have your headlights on.
I am posting the first part of chapter 6 in the Book with No Name soon. Because of the events of the first part of the chapter I will just post the PDF above the read more and the rest below.
Thank you for your time.