“I do not want to work today,”

…said little Peggy Ann McKay.

I have 200 pages to go on this manuscript. I’m about 7 pages from the most aughful moment in it, a scene which I quite love. Once I’m done, I can go forth into what is looking like it’ll turn out to be a beautiful day, and spend the afternoon listening to trad, bluegrass and banjo music, because there’s a festival here this weekend. I’m going to take my camera. I haven’t done any photography in ages, and it sounds great. All I have to do is finish up this first revision pass, but I just don’t want to go to work.

Pplbllbt.

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  1. I discovered Bluegrass on a college radio station I pass by every day at the same time, and that station turned me on to Mark O’Connor. I heartily recommend his Thirty Year Retrospective album to you–and anyone else really.

    After you’ve read my books, of course. ;)

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