Fear in Writing: Four Scenes

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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Four Scenes

Four scenes and off to get the kids.  FOUR scenes!  I'm on a bit of an adrenaline rush.

Oh, did I mention they are four GOOD scenes?

15 comments:

  1. Good for you! Now, I must do the same, but will to wait until tonight after work.

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  2. Woo-hoo! That's great, Michele! :-)

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  3. Good going! Progress, and profess you like!

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  4. It's a great feeling when you are making good progress. Cruise control?

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  5. I miss the feeling of writing a new seen! *Sigh*

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  6. Four scenes and the kids - sounds like a movie!

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  7. It's even better when the scenes are good. Congrats, days like that are the best.

    CD

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  8. Cool! Me, I'm not in the mood to write so I'm cruising around Blogdom today, top down, coffee in hand, and visiting people.

    Stephen Tremp

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  9. Wow! Four good scenes and you didn't forget your kids. That's my girl!

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  10. Awesome! Ride that wave as long as you can!! :)

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  11. Thank you all! I wrote another scene after posting this, but didn't want it to seem like braggin. :) But what the hell! It was good, too!

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