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I'm very happy , because England scrapped into the last 16 of Euro 2016. I wasn't so happy last night, when they played a very average 0-0 game. But, at least they've got a week to get better! Can they? I don't know...
I'm having a few computer/internet issues at the moment, which is making commenting on my guest posts quite difficult. Randomly, my computer will just freeze, the internet will vanish, my cursor will disappear or my words will take several seconds to register on the screen - all of which is making this blogging lark mighty difficult. Please bear with me.
Anyway, today, I'm chatting with M.J. Fifield about my writing process. I hope you'll pop over and witness my oddity for yourself!
Here are some dog-walking photos - when I'm struggling with my WIP, the dog always gets extra walks.
Hi Annalisa - I have the same problems with my machine at times ... let alone a move without a phone line in place ... but there we go. Love the views of Plymouth Sound ... wonderful dog walking country ... I'll pop over to MJ now - and then I'm probably off for a while .. cheers HilaryReplyDelete
The photo's aren't quite of Plymouth Sound - that's over to the left! These are views up the River Lyhner. I hope everything goes smoothly!Delete
Thanks Annalisa ... the image in Wiki - shows it perfectly ... flowing into the ria that is part of Plymouth Sound - it was good to look at that ... cheers HilaryDelete
worth having WIP problems to get to go on lovely walks. You would not be doing that in TX - we are close to 100 F now. Ugh.ReplyDelete
Ugh, indeed! I wouldn't survive that at all :-(Delete
Amazing pictures, Annalisa. I must admit, I'll be glad when football season is over! It's hard work in my house: what with a fanatic football fan of a husband and a house constantly filled with his football fan friends. Mind you, I do like the catering part - lots of barbecue parties :)ReplyDelete
I have heard a lot about the Euro 2016. I watched the Copa America game last night and I felt the same. I wanted our team to do well. But that doesn't always happen. Congrats on the book!ReplyDelete