Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Question of the Day #601


Have I mentioned how cloudy it's been? Have I complained about how cold I am? Have I made it clear that this has been the coldest, cloudiest, most depressing Spring ever?

In case I haven't whined about it enough, May Gray and June Gloom have gone too far. It's almost July and still, LA is dark and dreary. I mean, seriously, does the beach in the picture look fun to you?

It drizzled Monday morning. (If you've ever lived here you probably just gasped.)

And I met with my critique group Monday. Their comments combined with my beta readers' comments prove that I have a whole lotta revising to do. Which is good, but I'm so dark and cloudy and low that I don't even want to go for a walk to get my creative wheels churning.

Waa waa waa. I know.

What's got you down?

xoxo,
Suzanne

12 comments:

  1. "Life! Don't to ME about life..."

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  2. In all honesty, what's got me down is that I haven't finished MY feedback of your book...I've been sick. I'm REALLY close, but I've given it my total attention, so hopefully you'll appreciate why it's taken me so long. xo

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  3. I'm kicking back in summer mode so I'm pretty up. Although my little ones have suddenly lost their ability to listen and it's driving me a bit batty.

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  4. Having stuff that needs to get done that's threatening to trail into my vacation next week...

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  5. Revising isn't so bad. Hubby's in a bad mood, that has me down! I hate when bad moods are contagious. :-(

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  6. Hate to be a spoiled sport but it's the heat that's got me down. I can't stand how hot it gets where I am and it's starting. waa-waa-waa

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  7. Get me down? Today I took a nap under my warm, fuzzy blankie and I hated to get up. It is fffreeeezing at the beach.

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  8. And I'm just hoping the storms stay away from Chicagoland. (So far, so good this week). Cleaning up flooding in my basement seriously eroded my reading/writing time last week. Would you believe the rain came up through the drains in the window wells and in through the bottom of the windows themselves! UGH! But I am sorry about the foggy beach.

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  9. I'm sick with chills, fever, aches...yuck! Otherwise, life is good. But, if I was living at a gloomy beach...well, I can't lie...I'd still be pretty freakin' happy. Buck up Buttercup! XOxo

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  10. Ugh, the clouds like that would drag me down, too. Mr. T, my oldest, has me down. Things are a struggle FOR him and WITH him. Oy.

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  11. Interesting! Can't wait to chat at the conference. : )

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