Feeling: A little discouraged. Writing was going so smoothly until last week. I have lots of ideas, and high hopes for July, though.
Missing: College. I’ll have a pretty hectic course load next semester, but I’m already excited to get back.
Reading: In the Woods by Tana French, Nimona by Noelle Stevenson, To the End of June by Cris Beam, Batman: City of Owls by Scott Snyder, and Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith.
Rereading: Entwined by Heather Dixon. I adore this book.
Wondering: If I’ll ever get to a point where I’m able to produce stories consistently, instead of in twice-a-year spurts.
Watching: The Simpsons. They’re episodes where I identify with Homer way too much.
Knitting: The scarf that will never be finished. Next time I’ll use wider needles.
Journaling: Barely at all this month. Things have been pretty quiet around here. :)
Eating: Fresh peaches.
Craving: More fresh peaches.
Loving: Cassandra Cain, Barbara Gordon, Alfred Pennyworth...basically the entire batfamily. Also that they’re actually called “the batfamily”.
I hope July is better for you! xReplyDelete
Thanks! Overall I enjoyed June a lot, but I'm hoping July will be a little better in terms of writing. :)Delete
Fresh Peaches sound amazing!ReplyDelete
They're beyond amazing. :) I hope you're having a wonderful summer!Delete
This has made me want to do some cooking with fresh ingredients lol.ReplyDelete
Good luck with college and your writing :)
Thank you! I need to do more cooking too. Fresh ingredients are the best, especially fresh fruits.Delete
I always had such excitement before the start of a new semester, heavy course load or no. I was one of those nerds who loved learning and wanted to gobble up all of the knowledge that I could.ReplyDelete
I have some really wonderful classes coming up next semester, and I can't wait to get started. Thanks so much for commenting!Delete
Aw, I'm sorry that your writing has hit a bump! Are you enjoying the books you're reading, though? Also, I totally get what you mean about college—break is nice, but I also look forward to starting my classes again! :DReplyDelete
I've been reading some really good books lately, especially Tana French--her mysteries are great. I'm coming to the point where break is starting to get a little monotonous, and I'm excited about my next semester of classes.Delete