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When I first started, I thought all you had to do is write a book. Can you say *naive*, boys and girls? Join me on my journey as a pre- published writer looking to see my name on the cover of a book. I'll talk about all the bumps, bruises, joys and frustrations I encounter along the way.

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Monday, June 06, 2005

It's Good to Be Queen

That's what my t-shirt says today. Okay, so I'm not really queen, not even of my household. But I can dream, can't I? Besides, it's a souvenir.

We finally made it out to the Georgia Renaissance Festival yesterday. This is the last weekend--matter of fact, today was the closing day--so as usual, we made it in just under the wire. The weather held out for us, and we had a great time. Plus, I got a t-shirt declaring me queen. What more could a girl want?

I've been thinking about moving this blog to my website, so I downloaded WordPress to do some playing. OMG. I've been fighting with this stupid program all day, just trying to move my layout over, and it's still looking funky. And I don't mean that in a Starsky & Hutch Huggy Bear kinda way, either. The problem (or at least the biggest one) is I know exactly zippo about PHP coding. Trust me, my cut-and-paste skills have been getting a major workout. I think I'm going to put it aside for now and work on something that won't make me pull my hair out by the roots.

And I'll close with two more quotes from Friday night (thanks for reminding me, Sheri):
  • Oh, yeah, he's a dog. A cute dog. But he's definitely a dog.
  • The box man should come every day.
I hope everybody had a wonderful weekend!


  • I've never been to a Renaissance fair. The closest I've been was when Medieval Times came to PR.

    By Blogger Silma, at 10:09 PM  

  • Silma -- If you ever have the opportunity to catch one, I recommend it. Medieval Times is wonderful, but there's nothing like the shopping at the Ren Fest! And the variety of shows you can see is mind blowing.

    By Blogger Lynn, at 10:28 PM  

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