No. I am not swearing politely. [If I swear, you will hardly be left in doubt.]
Seshet is the Egyptian goddess of writing, books, and building. She is a scribe and the Mistress of the House of Books.
Today I am just going to read and write and do all kinds of creative things. Everything else can be ignored. Housework is always worth ignoring.
1) The Hobbit. OK. This is NOT a long book and I should have been able to read it in one afternoon, but my book ADD kicked in. I’m going to sit down and see if I can’t get it done this weekend.
2) Bertrand Russell’s A History of Western Philosophy has been staring at me from the bookshelf lately begging to be re-read. I may do just that. [Exactly why I am craving to read this book is a mystery. Maybe all will be revealed…]
3) Jim Butcher’s newest Dresden Files novel, Cold Days, is currently playing on my computer while I complete #4. [Can I tell you how much I LOVE listening to James Marsters as a narrator? He is excellent!]
4) I’m working on knitting up a test for my sock pattern, War of the Roses, to see if it comes out as planned. Since this is my first color work pattern, I am praying it translates well from chart (which is lovely on the page) to fabric!
5) I will be doing some heavy revisions of a chapter. If that pisses me off, then I will most likely write new things instead. Or throw a temper tantrum. Wine will be flowing and I will be swearing; I might need to hold a puppy and sob.
I hope your weekend is filled with smiley things and cookies!