What should I post, when I didn’t do anything?

Three day weekend at my disposal, and I didn’t accomplish anything worth sharing.

Don’t get me wrong, I added around 2000 words to my WIP, but that was over all three days. Spent some time visiting with my daughter, and cuddling Jackson the cat. (He won’t be denied, and kind of takes up the space where the keyboard usually lives.)

I took some time to put pickets back up on our fence. Thinks have been windy in Idaho this Spring. I’m not a tool guy, and confess to putting one of them on backwards. You can see the color difference where it used to anchor into the 2 x 4 last year. This year that side faces the house. Do I care? Not in the slightest.

Old What Her Face had the television on, and I tried to get into a couple of things. It didn’t really work. I also read a book, and that feels productive in its own way.

That’s it, really. I’m trying to pull the threads together in my WIP for the final event, but have a few kinks to work out. I need more daydreaming time here, and don’t feel the need to rush it at all.

Hope all of you accomplished more than I did. Back to the office tomorrow.


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26 responses to “What should I post, when I didn’t do anything?

  1. Just sharing life is worth it.

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  2. I kind of had a do-nothing weekend, too. Hubby and I met friends for dinner Saturday night and Sunday I spent the day lounging in the sun with a book. I should have been editing, but the weather was beautiful and called my name. Sometimes you just have to go with the flow.

    I think when Jackson says goodbye, Frankie and Otto need another feline playmate. Just saying. 😆

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  3. What is this ‘accomplish something’ you speak? I’ve heard legends of such things.

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  4. As Mae said, sometimes you just have to enjoy life. I didn’t accomplish a lot this weekend either. I spent most of yesterday reading a book. Not productive to writing, but I needed that time.

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  5. Sounds like a perfect three-day weekend to me. Gave your brain time to tinker and work out the ending for your book. And we all need to recharge our batteries and goof off once in a while.

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  6. Hubby and I fitted a loft aerial for the lounge and bedroom TVs. We’re dropping our subscription service and going freeview. I learnt how to wire and connect a Coax cable, and hubby drilled a hole in the ceiling of each room for me. I even braved the loft with all its spiders and thick cobwebs, lols.

    Like you getting the fencing done, I think these little life achievements are worth celebrating and mentioning.

    Have a wonderful week, Craig 💕🙂

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  7. Yes, I am enjoying some of this laid blackness that seems to be doing the rounds, loving the difference…

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  8. Sounds like a good three days

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  9. Not feeling pressured is a great place to be in, Craig. And you are absolutely right about the fence. At least you got it up. 🙂 Sounds like a good three days!

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  10. D.L. Finn, Author

    Sometimes we need those breaks to daydream and work out those stories.

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  11. It sounds like a good weekend, Craig.

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  12. I definitely feel that way sometimes. I’m never bored but don’t accomplish much of note. Glad to hear about the writing though! 😀

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  13. Victoria Zigler

    Sounds like you did plenty, and like it was a great weekend.

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