16 December 2011

Fragment Friday

1.       My neighbor has enough Christmas lights on his house that I don’t have to decorate. Neither does the rest of the neighborhood.  I’m also sure airplanes flying overhead get blinded.

2.       I may actually get some Christmas cards out before Christmas. Don’t anyone faint.

3.       I have a Kindle Fire now. Liking it so far, except for the lack of WiFi hotspots anywhere near where I work.

4.       I have a sudden urge to fix oatmeal, the long suffering stuff, not the blah-in-a-packet mess.

5.       Poems have been edited, taking a break before embarking on more writing/editing. Editing is the never ending part of writing. Good thing I like it.


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6 comments:

Akeith Walters said...

Love the fragments.

Constance Brewer said...

Thanks!

One Minnesota Writer said...

I love #1 - our neighbors have enough lights that we don't need to worry about anyone breaking their ankle for lack of light in our driveway, but the lights are on sweet little reindeer so I'm not complaining.
Editing is like parenting in that "never ending" sense.

Anonymous said...

Please explain the connection between a Kindle Fire and "work"....

Constance Brewer said...

I like Christmas lights - in less lethal doses!

Constance Brewer said...

Anon - We have this newfangled thing now called a 'lunch hour'...