Finally, the underwater part of the iceberg seems stable enough to support the top. Writing proceeds apace.
This week’s post is the end of Chapter 13 (Scene 6 (1.13.6)).
Feedback welcome. Thanks!
This is a bit early for Memorial Day.
Hubby and I got a bike ride longer than I usually do, much shorter than he does – to Sayen Gardens, which is still a’bloom in azaleas and rhododendrons (though they are fading, and other things are coming in). We’ll see how much I pay for it – tomorrow!
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I’m glad you got out on a lovely day, and I hope you aren’t suffering too badly from it.
Thanks – not suffering more than expected – and it’s raining, so I’m getting extra rest today – in just a moment. As always, appreciate you stopping by to read.
I’m glad you got out for a glorious bike ride!
It is lovely – and NJ gets very hot and muggy part of the summer, so I keep forgetting I need to get out when I can and it’s nice. I ride better than I bike – but the gravel paths had some wet spots and mud, and that wasn’t fun because I don’t trust myself very slow on the bike right now – not stable enough – which makes it harder than necessary because I get off to be safe.