Summer is early (and I like it)

Apart from the intermittent downpours on Monday, this past week has been a gorgeous foreshadowing of the pure joy that will be summer.

I’ve been to the gym four times (one of those times happened to be Monday for an outdoor crossfit session – we were sodden within 2 minutes!), joined the Tauranga Writers Group, been on a date that went wonderfully (there were real life fireworks), and loved working with the students who came in for extra school holiday lessons at work.

I’m currently drawing pictures of mermaids to get an idea of what the characters in my soon-to-be-written novel will look like (mermaids are totally the new vampires, which make me happy because mermaids are awesome and everyone should love them, but also makes me a little bit sad because now they will become over-commercialised and everyone will be writing novels and making movies about them and the ones in my imagination will no longer be special).

Things for NaNoWriMo are gearing up – including a new layout of the website, which is way better than the way it was, and I’ve officially entered the details for my novel. Working title Undercurrents – still not sure about that, but we’ll see how things turn out.

Guess what, guess what?

Here’s the picture from last week’s (or was it the week before?) Guess What It Is?

yum!

yum!

And a new picture for this week:

Hmmm... what is it?

Hmmm… what is it?

 

Hope everyone is having as awesome a week as I am 🙂

xEmma

 

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2 thoughts on “Summer is early (and I like it)

  1. You’re right, that is much more delicious than my lungs.
    New one: It’s an animal. Bird perhaps. New Zealand bird?

    I am having good week too. Shinako’s Grandpa turned 102 today!

  2. Shinako’s grandpa is amazing! Glad to hear your week is going well. The weather must be much nicer in Tokyo, too, now that it isn’t summer.

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