I’ve been writing all day in wet feet. Which begs the question, why do we say in the nude? If you’re naked, you’re not in anything. That’s the whole point of the word.
I’m currently sitting in my car outside of Mcds about to start on my second 5 hr writing session of the day and I foolishly put on the seat heater. That makes it especially difficult to shut off the engine and brace the rain as I dash for Mcd’s front door.
I guess it’s just as well that I didn’t change my socks. My feet are about to get wet. Again.
Word Count- not much change in totals. Still working on the ending’s rewrite. The end is in sight. Of the book. Not the rain.
Melissa Banczak has lived all over the country, thanks to her now-retired military spouse. She currently resides in Florida, where she’s a reasonable driving distance to roller coasters in the Orlando area. An unexpected encounter with her daughter’s nine foot boa, Strawberry Margarita, led to the idea for the first book in her June Nash Misadventure series. When she’s not writing, she and her husband run. Slowly. She accidentally completed her first marathon in 2017, when she didn’t hear her husband ask if she’d like to stop at 13.1. She would have. You can contact her at MelissaBanczak.com
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2 thoughts on “Naked with Wet Feet.”
OMG! Love Shock Top myself….Have you tried the Twisted Pretzel Wheat? I can drink a few (or many) depending on the weather. What’s with the rain?? It should be snowing, especially in your neck of the woods! Write on, Melissa!!
Have not tried Twisted Pretzel Wheat. I’ll look for it. As far as snow – all we’ve had are a couple of dustings. I had promised my daughter skiing, snowshoeing and snow mobiling during her visit. Looks like we’ll be playing video games instead. Walking Dead season 2 and Never Alone.