1. Excuse me? Can we get some more fries? My friend here is fat.
2. He was just another drifter who broke the law!
3. You don’t need a patch on your arm to have honor.
4. And cause I was a gazillionaire, and I liked doin’ it so much, I cut that grass for free.
Okay, leave your guesses in the comments. Think you can stump me? Leave a quote in the comments and I’ll give it a try!
Another week of random quotes. Could be from the 80s, could be from 2011….Just never know….
1. Soon to be irrelevant. He’s in the third year of the best four years of his life.
2. Give me a minute, I’m good. Give me an hour, I’m great. Give me six months, I’m unbeatable.
3. I said you could thank me later. It’s later, Bert.
4. I’m an excellent driver.
Leave your guesses in the comments.
If you can stump us with a quote, leave that in the comments, too. We’ll give it a shot!
What’d you do for Memorial Day yesterday?
Me and my sweet hubby just sat around. It was so nice. No pressure. No “I have to get such and such done…”
Felt nice. It was a gentle reminder that I need to stop and smell the roses once in a while.
When’s the last time you stopped and smelled the roses?
Writing is a journey, one I truly love and enjoy, but it can sometimes feel rather lonely. Hour after hour, alone, at the computer, pouring your heart and soul into each word. But I’ve learned I’m not alone, in fact, I’ve been blessed to be in contact with some amazing people, both writers and non-writers.
I want to share a bit of that with you. Each week I’ll be spotlighting someone I’ve come in contact with during my journey. Thanks for stepping along side of me—all of you—during this exciting time!
I met Kelly back in January during the SavvyAuthors.com workshop called EditPalooza. It was a crazy-intense month-long workshop that took us through the book Plot & Structure by James Scott Bell.
Kelly and I were assigned to be crit partners during this course.
Man, did I luck out! She’s a great writer and really hounded me on my weak spots—which was JUST what I needed and hoped for in a crit partner.
I’ll never look at the word FLINCH again without…well…flinching. **LOL**
I really enjoyed working with her. We’ve stuck together since the class and have since re-read each other’s work we edited in January before sending it out into the world.
I’m looking forward to keeping in touch with her in the years to come. She’s a great person and a valuable critique partner!