Monday, September 28, 2009

Time is short.




Now Playing -
You Might Think  by The Cars

Life - 
Man, October is shaping up to be a tremendously busy month. My wife and I switch rotations in the first of the month, which will allow our days off to fall on Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, which will be great. I haven't had a Christmas off in seven years, to the point that last year I found myself being quite a Scrooge. I hope that this will make things easier, but there's still a high likelihood that working in retail during the holidays will still get to me. Odds are good that you'll hear a lot more about that in months to come.

Our anniversary is on the sixth of October and once again, we'll likely have to celebrate it on a different day, we both work that night.  From there, it's gogogogogogogo until November. I'm trying desperately to finish my zombie book by Halloween so that I can stay in the spirit, and we're leaving for a week to visit a few potential sites in Oregon to move next year. After we get back, I work a rotation, then we have a couple of days to prep for the Brain Eaters party, then November is upon us.

We've slept a ridiculously wonky schedule this group of days off too, and I'm not sure why. Last night, we took a "Nap" around 7:30, woke up to the alarm, fell back asleep, at some point accidentally locked Ludo out of the bedroom, and eventually woke up at 10:00pm. We figured there wasn't any point in getting up, so I pottied the dogs, took a shower and went back to bed. Then we got up at 5am. It's been like this all week.

Writing - 
I had planned on working on my revisions to The Whispering Ferns today, but after realizing how much time I had before Halloween, I decided that I should dive back into the zombie wasteland of Graves, in an attempt to finish it before November. Besides, working on a lighthearted ghost story around Christmas sounds pretty good.

The Last Sentence -

The infected from the store have begun eating each other, and I have a front row seat.

From - "Graves" (WIP)



3 comments:

The Grows said...

sounds like you have a bunch of stuff to look forward too. I hope that you can enjoy Christmas this year. I must say I enjoy it more now that I no longer work in retail.

randymeiss said...

Thanks for sharing your music selections. Especially when I've actually heard of the song. Please keep that at the top of your post. That way I can sing to myself as I'm reading the rest of it. I spent many a road trip listening to the cars. "...But you kept it goin, till the sun fell down, you kept it... goin... O we-ell you might think..." I spent a brief but enjoyable time with your in-laws this weekend. Sue and Rich are delightful people.

Kristopher and Crew said...

I hope so too, I was really grumpy about Christmas last year... I felt bad for my employees.

I shall continue with it, Randy! I hadn't done it before because I didn't have iTunes on my computer for a long time. My In-Laws are something else, that's for sure.