A Quickie but a Goodie!

Hello again from a Kozy place!




Is there anyone out there still? Yes, work is still ruining my social
life and I spent another free weekend working on my "real" writing. Oh
my poor neglected readers, how can I possibly make it up to you?





This is going to be a quickie: it’s 10:20 pm and I am wiped out.
Drywalling – it sucks. If someone ever says to you, "Hey, I’ve got a
great idea! Instead of going to the beach this weekend, let’s do some
drywalling instead!!", say no and run away, never speak to that person
again for as long as you live.





But just because this Chronicle is short doesn’t mean it isn’t packed full of super, amazing, really good and cool stuff!!





First, this is long overdue…





My good friend and fellow writer, Miss Sue (whom you may remember from
many Baja adventures), has written a children’s book, and it has been
published!! HOORAY SUE!!!! I’ve read the story and it is a really neat
story about the power of visualization and imagination – two things I
feel strongly about. The title is (and it’s a good question): Why Do Donuts Have Holes?




I’m so proud of Sue
for putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard as the case may be)
and doing what so many others only ever talk about. And have I
mentioned what a good poker player she is?




Anyhoo, the Prez
and I are off on a little road adventure tomorrow a.m., including a
visit with Miss Sue, hubby All-In-Jim and dog Max. I’ll be writing
dispatches from the road, I’m sure I’ll have lots of fun road stories.
I’d tell you all about the joys of drywalling tonight…except there
are none.




Princess tired, must sleep. Check out Sue’s book, it’s very, very cool!



Until next __??? I hope this finds you healthy, happy & lovin’ life!

The Princess

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One Response to A Quickie but a Goodie!

  1. Unknown says:

    Well I recently put fingers to keyboard in an online response to a question given to us in a graduate class.  These are the adjectives used in the posted replies responding to my writing:  Perceptive, spicy, honest, straightforward, rascal, vindictive, flippant, thumbing your nose, quite offensive, misguided, and superficial.  Wow what a response!  But unfortunately all of the comments from vindictive through superficial were from the professor!  Argggg!  There goes the letter grade….  Kris I have to hand it to you, even though you never refer to this as your real writing, you are able to strike a lovely balance between balls and beauty.  Well done.

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