i'll tell you that writing outside is pretty much as lovely as it gets.
i'll also tell you that i will be sad to see my wild dandelion lawn
get mowed over this weekend...seems the landlords don't appreciate "wild."
a wild atmosphere is just what i needed for my writing...not that i got much done.
but i did write. which is progress for this perfectionist-on-the-mend.
i also have been getting to know my tudor and stuart britain (in prep for oxford this summer)...
lots about gentry, nobleman, fights over scotland, but not over ireland;
and i'm just now getting into the good stuff: women, childbirth, life and death.
to top it all off, i get to listen to a wonderful british accent read the "faerie queen"
as i read along (thank goodness, because i get tripped up when i have to mentally
switch u's with v's and i's with j's...oi). thank. goodness. for. audio. books.
i must admit that taking breaks from the ol' intertube (aka: internet)
is a breath of fresh air this wonderful spring season.
i may or may not be back tomorrow...depends on the weather.
note to self: blossoms sure are pretty, but they attract huge-mongous bees looking to feed their queen