For your viewing and listening pleasure:
Oh. My. Gosh! I worked on my novel this morning! Can I keep the streak alive?
Why yes, yes I did in fact work on my novel a bit this evening. Very productive day, if I may say so myself.
It’s a rough draft, and it sucks. But hey! it’s my first ever completed story.
But what I really want to do is work on my novel. I am still transcribing through Dragon Naturally Speaking to convert my written words into text files. It is slow and arduous, mostly because I cannot stand my own writing. It is embarrassing, honestly.
At least the house is clean, the floors swept and mopped, bedding washed, dried, and put back on the bed, and the living room dusted. I even vacuumed the rugs! Yeah, scared myself with that one.
All that just to avoid working on my novel. See? Told you it was embarrassing.
This is just incredible!
This brings back memories. Oh, and makes me feel old.
Of course, most great shows back in the 70s, and into the 80s, tended to descend into camp. The Six Million Dollar Man was one of those shows. After having some of the best writing up front, it sunk into the lowest depths of unconscious self mockery. Yet, I have to admit, I miss that old show. And the above opening with that few seconds of phenomenal running, which they never could recreate successfully in the show itself, still stands as one of the best special effects filming not even recreated in this day of CGI.
Update: My bad, I forgot to give a tip o’ the hat to skippy!
Like, out of the blue, I came down with a headache. Oh, and my neck muscles feel tight and achy. I have not had much water, so I figured it might be dehydration. I filled up my Dunn Bros. Coffee Camelbak water jug about 10 minutes ago and it is damn near empty now. So, I am guessing I figured right.