Sunday, July 29, 2007

I'm Spending Too Much Time on the Internet and You Should Too

I keep finding things on the internet. Like Kozy Shack, and this web site with "Things We Like To Say" (how do we add that in the sidebar, Allison? Can we start with "I know, right??") and the web site for Miranda July's book of short stories (go, quick, look at it, it cracks me up) and the Flickr group I took the photo above for.

Hey, you know, it beats watching TV. Though now that the second season of Weeds is out on DVD, you could probably catch me doing that too. I'm totally in love with Nancy.

In more productive news, today I spent a little time writing at the pretty Ballard Fiorre and then I delivered a lamp and little rug to my writing studio. It was so appealing in there that I couldn't resist sitting down on the floor with my computer and writing a little more.

Then, tonight, something occurred to me for the novel. I sat down and wrote 500 words of it, which doesn't seem like a lot, unless you consider the fact that I thought the novel was "resting", and worried a little that it might be resting the way your pet goldfish rests just before your dad flushes it down the toilet.


Anonymous said...

1. Always bury dead goldfish. Flushing them makes them sad. But don't bury your novel ~ keep writing it.

2. In the photo, do I spy the note I wrote you about your hair?

B said...

I totally have a crush on Lacey LaPlante. Once you finish the second season of Weeds, you'll know who I'm talking about.

And yes, I agree; the internet is "healthier" than TV, unless you're like me and only type with one finger. It's killing me!

Heather said...

yes, Dana, that is your note! I have all the contents inventoried on my flickr page. Hee.

Brian, we need to teach you how to type. You can't go on like this! And we need to come up with my LlP name. Everyone should have one. I know you'll be good at this.