A Snowy Friday Funny

TGIF! I don’t know about you, but this week was a doozy. Denver got hit with a dandy snowstorm on Monday afternoon, so that started things of great (yes, that was sarcasm). My drive home from work was spent gripping the steering wheel in a death grip while muttering, “Oh God, oh God, oh God…”. Thankfully, I only slid out once. Yay! (yes, that was sarcasm again). Another round of snow came in last night–this one much heavier than Monday’s–and it’s still snowing now, so I decided to take the day off from work to save myself from another stroke-worthy commute. Plus, I’ve been fighting off a fresh cold all week, so today seemed like a great day to kick back, relax and enjoy the snow from the warmth and safety of my house.

IMG_0453Since I have this day to myself, I’m going to use it to write. I’ve been hot n’ cold with my manuscript lately. I just can’t seem to find a rhythm with it. Part of the problem is I’ve been so busy I don’t have time to work on it each day, so every time I open my document, I face a mild case of writer’s block. Ugh. My goal next week is to write every day, even if that’s only 30 minutes. I gotta keep the rhythm and flow going no matter what.

In honor of my writer’s block conundrum, I chose this as today’s funny:

2027c1111fb08f133402fb45fa2daf4e-1I plan on writing all day tomorrow as well, but Sunday will be interrupted by the Super Bowl. Living in Denver makes it impossible to avoid the big game (goooo Broncos!). Okay, okay, don’t tell anyone, but I’ll probably be reading a book during the whole thing. Shhh…

How about you? How was your week? Read any great books? Get any writing done?

Jen’s Weekly Roundup

In case you missed my other posts this week, here they are!

Book Review: Origin (Lux 4) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Thank You For Sharing

Confession: I was a shameful closeted writer

Book Review: Bold by Andrew Landis and Julia Swift

3 thoughts on “A Snowy Friday Funny

  1. Lol I love the Friday Funny and I love your winter pic. There is something so peaceful and besutiful about a tree weighted down with snow. My week has been frustrating. I should have finished my first draft by now but each time I’ve sat down to end it the story and characters pull me in the opposite direction. It’s starting to feel like the never ending story! Lol Has this happened to you?

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    1. Thank you! I totally stared at that snow covered tree all day yesterday while writing. One of the best parts about winter are those trees 🙂 I totally understand what you mean about the ending. It’s like you just need to take an axe and say, “That’s it! I’m stopping there. No more!” lol

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