We’re having some fun weather in Ontario today, but the drive to work was not nearly as bad as I thought it would be. The worst part of the morning was getting the ice off of Pixie (my purple-blue Kia Rio5). One of her back doors was frozen shut and I couldn’t get it open. I tried to reach the scraper from the front seat, but alas my short arms couldn’t reach it, so I tried once again to open the door. Pulling hard, I freed it from its icy binding, grabbed the scraper, and went to work after starting Pixie. I think it was just at the beginning of this winter that I figured out the spikes on the scraper are for freezing rain. I’m not sure why it took me that long given that I’m from Northern Ontario, but at least I figured it out.
Yesterday, my friend Jen and I started an Ottawa-area Harry Potter Society on Facebook. The group grew to over twenty people on the first day! I’m really excited about this and looking forward to sharing our love of all things Harry Potter and J.K. Rowling.
Why is the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie, so very far away?
I was able to eat supper (homemade Chicken Pho), watch an episode of The X-Files, do iaido, and still have some energy left over on Tuesday.
I’m a little tired, but not exhausted.
I cleaned up Purple Ribbons and sent it back out to my writer’s group.
I’m pondering the idea of doing a self-published book of short stories separated by their genre as I’d really like to have something to sell soon.
The wheels are turning. The character has been chosen and I plan to start this week/weekend. I almost have my work area cleaned up and ready.
It’s going to be a lot of work, but worth it.
I wonder if I can get my hair to grow for the role.
Time to go buy a piece of the underlying framework for the arms.