rambling on about … a soft kind of sunday …

 

Finishing the novel and husband’s birthday called for a different kind of Sunday.

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A leisurely breakfast and a walk by the local reservoir followed by lunch with friends – a lot of laughs and a few glasses of ‘pop’.  Perfect.

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  1. I've got lost. I've been checking back from time to time and finding you were posting without allowing comments while you have been November writing. Have I missed a load of posts or have I been visiting another blog by mistake? Either way - I'd like to walk down the lane in your collage.

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    1. No you weren't visiting the wrong blog Lucy. I switched the comments off on purpose so as not to have any distractions - it seems to have worked as I finished the draft a week earlier than expected. It was a lovely walk, just a shame the sun wasn't out - but hey you can't have everything.

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  2. Sounds lovely, a much deserved change of pace too. Welcome back! Are you pleased with novel?

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    1. I agree about the change of pace, it was pretty full on over the past three weeks. No I'm not pleased with it yet, still needs a lot of work.

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  3. Well timed to finish writing before the birthday. I bet it's a bit of a relief.

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  4. Sounds like the perfect Sunday Elaine. Birthday greetings to Hubby.
    Patricia x

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    1. An excellent day was had by all - thanks Patricia.

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  5. It must be a great relief to have finished the first draft. You can afford to relax for a while now!

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    1. Well, not necessarily relax, but definitely wind down.

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  6. It's looks,and sounds, like you had a most enjoyable day. Flighty xx

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    1. It was, just one of those days that blended beautifully.

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  7. You have been busy, I've kept checking in now and again to see how your were doing. It must feel good to have got your first draft done within the time scale allowed. I love the collage of your perfect Sunday:)

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    1. At the beginning of November I felt I was never going to manage it - but the more you write, the easier it gets - sort of.

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  8. Ahh, sure sounds perfect to me too. What gorgeous pics.xxx

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    1. Shame the weather was a little dull - photos always look better when it is a bit brighter - oh well, you can't have everything!

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  9. I think it all sounds perfect too X

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