Well, I’m back from The Lake District
Everyone said it was a beautiful place, and it is. But, it’s very wet *snigger*
You can sum up the Lake District in 5 words…
But if you’re looking for a relaxing break with no mobile phone signal and intermittent Internet access (via the hotel) I can highly recommend it!
We did some sightseeing (of course) and the highlights were Beatrix Potters house and Rydal Mount, home to William Wordsworth. In the garden is a summer house where Wordsworth wrote most of his poems (a post coming up about that soon).
So now it’s back to the real word and this weeks to do list. I didn’t do much writing when I was away, and i didn’t do any reading. I was up at 5am most mornings, just wandering the hotel grounds pondering life lol. I didn’t actually come to any conclusions, but, the peace and quiet and time with my thoughts was relaxing.
So this week there is only one item on my to do list…..
1. Get “Tangled” off to the RNA New Writers Scheme for its critique.
I meant to do it last week but my printer has run out of ink, and then The Hubsters (at work) keeled over too so he had to order a new one. As soon as he’s got that set up I’ll be emailing him the MS for him to print.
I also need to send off my first assignment to The Writers Bureau and continue to work on my 2nd, but that’s not a priority… What is though is catching up with about 400 emails, blog comments, Twitter, FaceBook…..
What are your writing plans for the week?
- Wordsworth & The Lake District (kmlato.wordpress.com)
- www = wordsworth was write! (peacockstewrat.wordpress.com)