Yesterday was my 2nd wedding anniversary. We went to New Hampshire to go apple picking and bought a cotton candy pumpkin and I took a lot of photos, some of which came out remarkably well. I am endeavoring to be a better photographer. After apple picking (Mutzu apples, which are fantastic) we went out for dinner at the Indian restaurant we’d been meaning to try for ages and it was wonderful. They had naan stuffed with basil that was possibly the best thing ever.
Today I finished the last of my edits on the novel and sent it off all pretty and shiny to be read by a few wise, bookish people to get some outside opinions on it. It is odd to be free of it, if only temporarily. I have been working more or less nonstop on it for the last week or so, since the boy read it and gave me some very good suggestions on things to add and adjust.
I have things to do, of course. I have the troublesome sevens to paint for the tarot deck. I have NaNoWriMo coming up in two weeks and I use a little bit more planning for it, though I never like to plan too much for NaNo. I like to see where November wants to take me without a map.
I should clean the studio, and I would like to add some more things to my Etsy store. I finished The Graveyard Book, which was not entirely what I was expecting but fit my mood nicely and made me want to play in graveyards (which I can easily manage around here). I should start The Catcher in the Rye, or possibly re-read Einstein’s Dreams.
And there are apples to eat, as well.
Paul · October 14, 2008 at 4:49 pm
The photos certainly did come out well! The picture of the seed pod and seeds is beautiful, with the light behind it.
I can’t resist saying it again: happy anniversary! The dinner sounds wonderful. I’ve never had anything like that naan. Mmmmm.
erin · October 20, 2008 at 12:46 pm
I think it’s funny that the best photos I took while apple picking are not the ones of the apples. Always the unexpected shots that turn out best.
And thank you again! Dinner was wonderful. We’re going to end up there all the time, I’m sure.
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