It's the tween times. Thanksgiving gone and Christmas coming on fast. It's a time that always seems kind of weird to me, especially since I haven't been really doing any Christmas shopping over the last several years. It's a time of counting down and making preparations for the holday. It's a time of anticipation of seeing loved ones and planning events and it's a bittersweet time of watching yet another year draw close to an end.
This weekend is the time between when I was frantically trying to stay on the NaNo schedule and the time when the NaNo clock stops and we register our word counts. I'll give you my update of what my experience was like and my thoughts on NaNo on Monday.
Tomorrow, Sunday, I will briefly return to the topic of hearing God.
A couple weeks ago I messed up my schedule and don't know if anybody really noticed. I was supposed to talk about some really bad movies and one in particular that I had watched. I'm going to do that this coming Tuesday unless I mess up again.
Wednesdays always seem to get the best response from readers. This week my story will be about a singer / songwriter / musician from Phoenix by the name of Forrest Smith. Check it out and let me know what you think.
Thursdays have been debatable, er, ah, I mean, well, Thursday is my debate day. I'm not sure what to make of this approach. Should I get into deep, controversial topics? To me that seems to be what debate should be about, but I wonder if it scares people off. Should I keep it lite? Or should I get into really serious things? I'm still debating the issue with myself, but I'm pretty sure I'll have a different debate on Thursday.
Friday is a day a mystery and for now I'll leave it at that.
So thanks for staying with me and hope you continue to tune in. Let me know if you have any suggestions.